In 2015, Amal teamed up with 100 Lives to create a scholarship for young Lebanese women. Every year, the scholarship allows one female student from Lebanon to attend WC Dilijan College, a coed boarding school in Armenia, to enroll in a two-year international baccalaureate program. "This scholarship will give young women from Lebanon the opportunity of a lifetime," Amal said in a previous statement. "Cross-cultural learning and studying abroad can be transformative. I am grateful to 100 Lives for helping open doors for these bright and talented young women."
The first scholarship was awarded to Pamela Tebchrany, a Lebanese student who graduated top of her class and who will use it to pursue her career in human rights and women's equality.