The Future is better for The Egyptians and Refugees Children and Women project
Kehitysyhteistyön rahoituskohteet , 18.02.2019

The Future is better for The Egyptians and Refugees Children and Women project

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The Future is better for The Egyptians and Refugees children and Women project FBER-CW it is Bashayer NGO response for the education services needs for 5,629 refugees accommodated in Helwan and another Egyptian target groups “the out of school children and illiterate women in Helwan”. The overall objective is: Enhance the access to education opportunities (formal and non-formal) for the Refugees, unaccompanied minors, Egyptians out of school children, the young women and women in Helwan. FBER-CW project will provide a comprehensive development interventions for 610 direct beneficiaries and 3,571 as indirect beneficiaries. The main activities in the propose project: local authorities and civil society actors capacity building on the Refugees and Egyptians education rights in Helwan, advocacy camping for the Education rights, Support the enrollment for the Egyptians out of schools and illiterate women in the public schools and the community education, provide a Community Based Psychosocial Support services, teachers training, M&E and communication, documentation and project visibility activities. FBER-CW project is Human Rights Based Approach project and targeted to enhance the capacity of the Rights-holders, Duty-bearers and Responsible Actors in Helwan as well as prompting the education rights for the project target groups.

Kohdemaa

Egypti

OECD:n kehitysapukomitean seuraamat tavoitteet

  • Osallistava kehitys/hyvä hallinto
  • Sukupuolten välinen tasa-arvo

Toimiala

  • Koulutuspolitiikka ja -hallinto 50%
  • Elämän perustaitojen opetus nuorisolle ja aikuisille 50%

Tuen tyyppi

Projektityyppiset hankkeet

Erityinen kohderyhmä

  • tytöt

Rahoituskanava

  • Suomen suurlähetystö
  • Kehitysmaan kansalaisjärjestö

Ota yhteyttä

kai

Rahoituskohteen numero

14208048

Tunnus

UHA2017-000119

Sivua muokattu

18.02.2019