Improved Living Conditions Through Civil Society Actions
This project utilizes the human rights based approach to encourage positive social mobility for poor and marginalized Egyptians in rural and urban communities.
- 55 students and parents participated in a workshop that addressed children’s rights and preventing children from dropping out of school.
- 962 children participated in 7 human rights camps. In addition to learning about human and children’s rights, the students participated in athletic and artistic activities.
- 939 students, parents, and community members participated in 10 open forum discussions addressing the importance of education and preventing students from dropping out.
- 453 students (304 boys and 149 girls) participated in 12 seminars to help program staff develop better curricula and teach these students about their rights.
- 83 students (42 boys and 41 girls) participated in after school tutoring sessions to help them be more successful in the classroom.