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 meetings were held to discuss collecting data and information for the Talented and Smart Education Administration Center. The meeting was attended by the center manager, the Chief of the Shobra district, the manager of Shobra Social Solidarity, members of the protection committee, and members of the board of trustees for the center.
- 370 children (151 boys and 219 girls) participated in 2 culture and arts competitions.
- 121 children (62 boys and 59 girls) participated in a human rights campaign to learn about and discuss children’s rights.
- 155 students (90 boys and 65 girls) in Al Nuweira improved their grades after participating in after school tutoring sessions.
- 119 parents and school administrators participated in 2 discussions in Beni Suef. The discussions addressed positive discipline, parenting techniques, and best practices for raising children.
- 104 children (43 boys and 61 girls) participated in a training session to discus children’s rights, citizenship, and protecting children.
Hekkr El Sakkakini Development
This project aims to develop urban slums in the Sharabeya district of the Cairo governorate. This project uses a multifaceted approach to improve the living conditions of the citizens in this community. The education program aims to help students stay in school, be successful in school, and learn about their rights.
- 354 children participated in six camps. These camps focused on the rights of children, developing good manners, and practicing positive social behavior.
- 320 children participated in 5 recreational and cultural trips to learn about the history and culture of Egypt.
- 4 clubs were formed to serve 100 children. Each club has a facilitator that organizes the club and works with 25 children over 10 session for 2 hours each session.