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Promotion of children's rights and new opportunities for informal education in southern Lebanon.

Lebanon

Total initiative costs

€ 1,175,789.0
Reparted as
  • Loans -
  • Grants € 1,175,789.0

Dati finanziari aggiornati al 11.11.2015

Status

25 Complete
25%

Lebanon


Location

Tyre and Sidon Provinces

Main outcome

The project contributes to the protection and promotion of children's rights in Lebanon by creating opportunities for training, education and retraining.

Initiative data

Initiative number 010585
Purpose Teacher training
Sector I.1.a. Education, Level Unspecified, Total

Subjects

Agency MAE - Direzione Generale per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo
Counterpart authority Ghassan Kanafani Cultural Foundation- GKCF; Tyre Municipality
Representative -
Other financiers Controinformazione Terzo Mondo- CTM: 163485.0 Others: 347416.0

Beneficiaries

Direct beneficiaries are: 140 teachers, both men and women (for class 1, 2 per school) 70 librarians both men and women of public libraries in the provinces of Sidon and Tyre; 6,000 minors both male and female public school junior high between 11 and 13 years, four classes for each school in grades 7 and 8 of the Lebanese system and participants in the events on the ground; 100 children both boys and girls of the Palestinian camps of Ain El Rashidieh and harmonious and sustainable growth; 25 women entrepreneurs participating organization of the Educational Farms; 200 boys and girls handicapped selected centers of GKCF in the provinces of Sidon and Tyre and the center Mosan Bourj Chemali in Province of Tyre; 42 teachers and staff members, both men and women selected centers; 100 educators and parents involved in the activities of sharing of Educational Accountability. Children and their parents, the direct beneficiaries and residents in the Palestinian camps are identified by GKCF whose activities are aimed at children and disadvantaged young people, favoring those whose families live in conditions of extreme hardship.

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