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.
- 140 people participated in 5 workshops that addressed how to effectively and efficiently operate schools in their communities. Participants included teachers, administrators, school board members, and representatives of local elected committees.
- 3 meetings were held to provide a forum for discussion between parents, school board members, and representatives of local elected committees.
- 671 students participated in a student’s rights camp. The camp addressed learning techniques, children’s rights, and student’s rights, in addition to athletic and artistic activities.
- 200 students participated in 4 clubs that help students practice the arts and develop their hobbies.
- 220 students participated in civil education classes.
- 199 students and their families participated in 2 workshops that addressed the importance and value of education.
- A new curriculum was developed with the help of 38- students (271 boys and 109 girls). The curriculum aims to teach students about positive behavior, morals, mental health, psychology, social values, physical health, and their rights.
- A document was prepared that could be distributed and read to students teaching them about children’s rights and rights to education.
- 70 students participated in a recreational and cultural trip to the Meidum pyramid to learn about the history and culture of Egypt.
- 180 students took part in scouting, art, science, culture, and social activities.