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series of psychological and social support sessions in Gaza

ِADWAR recently implemented a series of psychological and social support sessions targeting a number of women, young women and girls in the areas of Al-Bureij, Khuza’a, Khan Younis, Al-Zawaida and Bir Al-Na’ja in the Gaza Strip, as part of the “We are here” project, which aims to improve the psychological and social conditions of those affected by the aggression.

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Follow up meeting with Women Protection Committee in Negev

Follow up meeting today monday, 16/08/2021, with the Women Protection Committee in Um Nmileh Village, as it is one of the unrecognized villages in Negev This meeting comes within the framework of the project Our Path for Prosper Future, in partnership with SIDREH and funded by the European Union

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Follow up meeting with Al Hakawati theatre- Jerusalem

ADWAR implemented in Sunday 15/08/2021, in partnership with Hakawati theatre a follow up meeting with the Bedouin Women Protection Committee in Masaffer Yatta -AlMajaz , to get to know their reality and the WPC role within the gathering

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ADWAR completes the project activities “Reproducing a Culture Based on Justice and Social Protection”

As a continuation of the project activities “Reproducing a Culture Based on Justice and Social Protection”, On Sunday, 15/8/2021 ADWAR implements an awareness meeting entitled “It is my right to be” in Zeif in Hebron Governorate. This meeting aim to establish justice in gender issues and reduce gender equality. This project comes in partnership with Palestinian Family Planning and Protection ...

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ADWAR implements a group of psychological and social support sessions in Gaza

During the past week, ADWAR implemented a group of psychological and social support sessions targeting a number of women, young women and girls in the areas of Al-Dafra, Khuzaa and Qizan Rashwan In Khan Yunis, Gaza Strip, as part of the “We Are Here” project, which aims to improve the psychological and social conditions of those affected by the aggression.

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ADWAR complete the digital training program

ADWAR completed Monday 2/8/2021 the digital training program that was carried out in partnership with the Ministry of Local Government, and funded by GIZ. The program targeted 21 municipalities in the governorates of Nablus, Qalqilya, Salfit, Tulkarm, Jenin, Ramallah, Hebron and Gaza, with the aim of developing the capacities of the employees of these municipalities, in achieving the optimal use ...

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ADWAR implements a group of psychological and social support sessions in Gaza

During the past week, ADWAR implemented a group of psychological and social support sessions targeting a number of women, young women and girls in the areas of Al-Nasr, Al-Sawarha and Khan Yunis in the Gaza Strip, as part of the “We Are Here” project, which aims to improve the psychological and social conditions of those affected by the aggression.

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Online digital training for Gaza municipality

ADWAR implemented a digital training day for Gaza municipality employees in Gaza, Monday 12/7/2021. The training was held remotely through the “video conference”, in partnership with Palestinian Ministry of Local Government, funded by GIZ.

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Psychological and social support in Rafah – Gaza

ADWAR implemented on Monday 12/7/2021 a psychological and social support meeting in Saudi neighborhood in Rafah – Gaza for women who were subjected to psychological pressure due to the recent aggression. This comes within the project “We Are Here”, which aims to improve the psychological and social conditions of the affected women.

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Psychological and social support in Rafah – Gaza

ADWAR implemented on ٍSunday 11/7/2021 a psychological and social support meeting in Al-Mashro’u area in Rafah – Gaza for women who were subjected to psychological pressure due to the recent aggression. This comes within the project “We Are Here”, which aims to improve the psychological and social conditions of the affected women.

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