Volume 14 No 2 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
The development of educational relations between Kuwait and Lebanon
NOORA SAYYID EESEE , Prof. Dr. Kefah Ahmed M.Najjar
Keywords: Kuwait, Lebanon, relations, educational, students, schools, study.
The present study tackles the development of relations between the two countries in the educational aspect. Lebanon is considered a destination for Kuwaiti students in all branches and scientific and educational disciplines. The Kuwaiti educational missions in Lebanon date back to the forties of the past century. The educational role of the Lebanese in opening a number of private schools in Kuwait and practicing the teaching profession there attracted the Kuwaiti students in government al schools to study in them, especially after the independence of Kuwait in 1961. The number of Lebanese teachers and students in Kuwait’s schools increased. Kuwait also provided many social aids in the educational aspect to Lebanon during the crises and the civil war in 1975. Kuwait also contributed to collecting a number of donations and sending them to Lebanon for rebuilding several schools and providing students with school supplies such as books, clothes, stationery, and buses. Kuwaiti educational associations urged Kuwaitis to provide educational aid to Lebanon.
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