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.
- 2 local associations in Minya and Beni Ahmed signed cooperation protocols with local government athorities to implement combined arts and education programs for community children.
- 19 people participated in a workshop to build the capacities of school board members, local elected committee representatives, teachers, volunteers, and administrators to design better course syllabi.
- 62 community members participated in 3 training workshops. Representatives of local elected committesl, school board members, and boards of directors had their capacities built to work effectively and efficiently in their communities.
- 55 teachers and activity supervisors (29 women and 26 men) participated in 2 workshops to have their capacities built regarding children’s rights, psychological needs, social needs, and active learning skills.
- 1264 community students, parents and community members had their awareness raised regarding educational rights.
- 400 students were visited by program staff in order to inquire about why they left school and encourage them to re-enroll.
- 169 community members participated in 4 open forum discussions for parents and government officials about the importance of a child’s right to quality education.
- 502 children participated in after school tutoring sessions to improve their reading, writing, and mathematics skills.
- 6 leaders taking part in designing the civil education syllabus had their capacities built regarding communication skills, classroom management, and curriculum design.
- 50 students enrolled in civil education classes.