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04 Feb
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(2018/2) إعلان طرح عطاء بالظرف المختوم عطاء رقم

 

إعلان طرح عطاء

توفير مواصلات داخلية وخارجية لجمعية نوى للثقافة والفنون وجميع مراكزها

على الراغبين في التقدم لهذا العطاء المذكور مراجعة المقر الرئيسي لجمعية نوى للثقافة والفنون الكائن في  ديرالبلح- شارع  البركة-هاتف:2531992 

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01 Feb
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(2018/1) إعلان طرح عطاء بالظرف المختوم عطاء رقم

إعلان طرح عطاء

تأمين جمعية نوى للثقافة والفنون لعام 2018

على الراغبين في التقدم لهذا العطاء المذكور مراجعة المقر الرئيسي لجمعية نوى للثقافة والفنون الكائن في  ديرالبلح- شارع البركة هاتف : 2531992

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22 Jan
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08 Jan
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إعلان توظيف

“تعلن جمعية نوى للثقافة والفنون عن حاجتها لشغل وظيفة “مصور بدوام جزئي

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25 Nov
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“إعلان طرح عطاء رقم (6) ل”تزويد نظامين لتوليد الكهرباء من الطاقة الشمسية

إعلان طرح عطاء

“تزويد نظامين لتوليد الكهرباء من الطاقة الشمسية ”
على الراغبين في التقدم لهذا العطاء المذكور مراجعة المقر الرئيسي لجمعية نوى للثقافة والفنون الكائن في  ديرالبلح- شارع البركة – هاتف: 082531991

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25 Nov
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“إعلان طرح عطاء رقم (5) ل” توريد وتركيب وتشغيل وفحص أجهزة تبريد – مكيفات

إعلان طرح عطاء

” توريد وتركيب وتشغيل وفحص  أجهزة تبريد – مكيفات”
على الراغبين في التقدم لهذا العطاء المذكور مراجعة المقر الرئيسي لجمعية نوى للثقافة والفنون الكائن في  ديرالبلح- شارع البركة – هاتف: 082531991

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26 Aug
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Nawa for Culture and Arts Association Organizes Arts Exhibit in Deir El Balah

 

Nawa for Culture and Arts Association Organizes Arts Exhibit in Deir El Balah

Nawa for Culture and Arts Association (NAWA) has recently organized the Art Exhibit for the children in Deir Al Balah Area on August 19th and 20th at Al-Khidr Library for Children and Al-Hakoora and Al Bayyara Playgrounds.

The art exhibit aims at displaying all the products and art works of the children that they have done during 2017 summer under “Kherna fi deerna” calendar. It also motivates the children to produce and display simple educational and artistic products using modern design techniques. The exhibit, in addition, aims at developing the children’s capacities in best-using the available environmental capacities.

The exhibit came after conducting several courses in arts at NAWA’s main office, Al Khidr Library for Children, and Al-Hakoora and Al Bayyarah Playgrounds. Such courses include: “Rotoosh,” “Graphics,” and “Letters from Wool I & II.”

Najla’ Abu Nahla, an art animator at NAWA said, “The exhibit and the preceding courses showcase the visual arts to the children especially through the children works. NAWA works hard to provide all the activities to achieve the children’s content and make them happy.”

Also, the participating children expressed their happiness for their enrollment in one of its kind art courses, and they asked for more similar courses.

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26 Aug
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Al-Khidr Library for Children Organizes “Oral History Collection related to Al Khidr Monastery” Project

Al-Khidr Library for Children Organizes “Oral History Collection related to Al Khidr Monastery” Project

Nawa for Culture and Arts Association (NAWA) has organized a ten-day- activity entitled “Oral History Collection related to Al Khidr Monastery.” About (120) children living in Deir Al Balah Area, and aging (14-17) have participated in the project.

The activity aims at raising the awareness amongst children and youths about the historical and archeological sites in the area including Al-Khidr Monastery which was recently restored and operated as a cultural library for the children. In addition, this helps in preserving the legacy of the past from loss. Then, the collection and documentation team will prepare a small booklet that includes all the information that the library team alongside the participating children managed to collect.

The project’s workdays are divided as follows: the first three days are specialized for recording, preservation and interpretation of historical information, based on the personal experiences and opinions of the people who were eye-witnesses of the past evidences. It includes folklore, myths, songs and stories passed down over the years by word of mouth. Then, the library team escorted the children in a community contribution which lasted for (4) days to clean the Saint Hilarion site where other sessions on the precious value of the archeological sites were given. At the end, (3) days were specialized for transforming the collecting materials into dramatic and theatrical shows.

At the beginning, the children were given an inception meeting to familiarize them with the nature of the project, objectives, and mechanism. The children also expressed their happiness about their participation in one of its kind project. Maysa’ Al-Aklouk, the library’s coordinator, and Amany Al-Najjar and Hasan Mizyed, two of the library animators, have warmly welcomed the children explaining for them the course agenda.

Maysa’ Al Aklook, the coordinator of Al Khidr Library for Children, said: “NAWA has initiated the project of “Oral History Collection related to Al Khidr Monastery” in an effort to preserve  the oral history of Deir Al Balah area, and what it includes.”

The children were delighted to participate in a quality project, the first of its kind in addition to learning new techniques in collecting oral history such as: how to interview others.

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26 Aug
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Under “Children’s Gate to the Future,” Nawa for Culture and Arts Association Organizes a Community Contribution for the Children in Deir El Balah

Under “Children’s Gate to the Future,”Nawa for Culture and Arts Association Organizes a Community Contribution for the Children in Deir El Balah

Nawa for Culture and Arts Association (NAWA) has recently organized a community contribution especially for the children residing in Deir El Balah Area. The contribution activities were held on sporadic days starting from July 11th, 2017 till August 01st, 2017.

The contribution aims at encouraging the children to provide environmental services for the surrounding community they are living in through voluntary work. Such contributions look forwards to empowering the children and motivating them to offer services for free in a positive manner that reflects the team work. It also aims at teaching the children and training them to best use the available waste materials.

The contribution targets (15) children in Deir Al Balah area in addition to a number of interested volunteers. At the beginning, Mohammad Abu Ouda, a senior animator, welcomed the participating children explaining for them the community contribution’s idea, its nature, and its significance. He also gave the children the space to suggest themselves the ideas and the activities of the contributions.

During the contribution activities, the children in cooperation with the animators and other volunteers, cleaned the street, painted the scrap cars, the rubber wheels, and they planted trees and flowers inside. They all made a wood wall from the recycled woods.

Mohammad Abu Ouda said, “The prophet Mohammad PBUH recommended that ‘The most beloved of the people to Allah are the most beneficial for the people.’ Therefore, it is our responsibility to root the value of the voluntary work in the children.”

At the end, Mr. Abu Ouda thanked all those who participated in the contribution wishing that such values and concepts to be enhanced and promoted more and more. It is worth mentioning that such a contribution comes among a series of community contributions that NAWA implements with the children inside Deir El Balah Area. Also, the participating children expressed their happiness for their enrollment in one of its kind contribution, and they asked for more contributions.

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23 Aug
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Nawa for Culture and Arts Association (NAWA) Organizes a Final Ceremony for 2017 Summer Activities

Nawa for Culture and Arts Association (NAWA) Organizes a Final Ceremony for 2017 Summer Activities 

Nawa for Culture and Arts Association (NAWA) has recently organized a final ceremony for 2017 summer activities. The ceremony took place at Al-Hakoora Playground where hundreds of children and tens of parents  have attended and enjoyed watching  the ceremony parts.

At the beginning of the ceremony, Ms. Ola Abu Zaid, the coordinator of Children’s Gate to the Future Project, welcomed the attendants expressing her pleasure with providing the children with recreational services, cultural activities, and educational courses. She also displayed her happiness for organizing such a final ceremony before the start of the school. She also appreciated the great role played by all NAWA’s staff led by the animators, and she valued the trustworthiness of the children’s parents which pushed the activities in all NAWA’s facilities into success. Such facilities include: NAWA’s main office located in Deir Al Balah Area, Al-Khidr Library for the children, and Al Bayyara and Al Hakoora Playgrounds.

The ceremony included several theatrical shows, performed by the children. Such shows include: “Naji Al-Ali Show”, “The Three Sisters Play,” Dabkah traditional dance, and NAWA’s Chorus.

NAWA made sure that various activities of the summer season should  combine between preserving the traditional heritage along with the national identity, and rooting the nationalistic values amongst the children. They also train them on innovation and creativity, and acquiring them with the new skills.

Salem Ghannam, the coordinator of Al-Bayyara and Al-Hakoora  playgrounds,  noted that the ceremony reflects the events and summer activities’ concentration on creativity aspects amongst children in different fields as children were given with recreational, artistic, cultural, and educational activities during the holy month of Ramadan and summer.

The parents expressed their great happiness for the children’s enrollment in the summer activities, especially with the various purposeful activity calendars distributed among the children, their parents, and others.

At the end, NAWA administration thanked the children wishing them success in their schools, and wishing to see them in NAWA’s coming activities.

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