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.
- 229 parents and students participated in three awareness raising meetings.
- 165 children attended 2 awareness raising trainings laws regarding children’s rights, the Egyptian Constitution, and the International Convention for Child’s Rights.
- 50 Children attended an awareness seminar regarding the children’s parliament of Al Nuweira village.
- 661 students attended 4 human rights camps in Beni Ahmed Al Sharqiya and Abou Qerqas. In addition to discussing human rights and the rights of children, there were sports and arts activities for the children.
- 90 children attended Environment camp in the village of Al Alalma. This camp taught preparatory and primary school students about the importance of caring for the environment.
- 50 students is Al Nuweira participated in an art competition.
- 111 Students from Al Nuweira took part in a trip to learn about the environment and Egyptian History. The trip included the Meidum Pyramid, the Al Assiouty Resort, and the Beni Suef Zoo.
- 176 children participated in 3 workshops addressing children’s rights, including non-discrimination, education, and health.
- 49 teachers and social workers participated in two trainings at the Omar Makram Primary School in Al Khosous. The trainings addressed monitoring students and the school’s internal referral system.
- 15 Arabic language teachers, in the Qalyoubiya governorate, participated in literacy curriculum training.
- 2 workshops were held in the Qalyoubiya governorate to address preventing students from dropping out of school.
- A round table discussion to discuss the progress being made in the advocacy campaign was held for government officials, the Ministry of Social Solidarity, the Ministry of Education, school directors, and local authorities from around Qalyoubia.
- A discussion was held between school board members, elected committee representatives, and CEOSS staff that the Mohamed Farid Secondary School in Shobra Misr.