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17 Feb
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وظيفة شاغرة للعمل في جمعية نوى للثقافة والفنون

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17 Feb
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وظيفة شاغرة للعمل في جمعية نوى للثقافة والفنون

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30 Jan
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NAWA Finalizes A Training Course Entitled “Drama & Drama”

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Nawa for Culture and Arts Association (NAWA) finalized today implementing a training course for children entitled “Drama & Drama” as part of “Vulnerable Children Empowerment through Culture and Arts Activities in Nature” project.

The 10-day course which includes 20 training hours on several topics aimed at providing children with multiple skills such as role playing, storytelling, improvisation, singing and other recreational activities that help children to address their emotional and psychological problems.

In her turn, Ghadir Abu Musabeh, an animator at Nawa for Culture and Arts Association, gave a briefing on the establishment of NAWA playgrounds, activities and services provided to the Palestinian community in the Deir Al-Balah area.

Salem Ghannam, coordinator of NAWA Playgrounds, expressed the importance of drama in the lives of children as an effective way to help them cope with the difficulties they face and to give them the opportunity to express their opinions and emotions.

The children expressed their happiness to participate in this session, where the child Bader Abu Awili, said: “I love drama and acting very much,” noting that he was quick to register in this training immediately after hearing about him.

It is worth mentioning that the project is implemented in cooperation with the French Consulate in Jerusalem and seeks to improve the well-being of thousands of Palestinian children and their families by offering a wide range of non-formal education and cultural programs.

 

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21 Jan
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إعلان طرح عطاء رقم (1/2019): توفير مواصلات داخلية وخارجية لجمعية نوى للثقافة والفنون وجميع مراكزها

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20 Jan
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NAWA Finalizes A Training Course Entitled “Dantil”

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Nawa for Culture and Arts Association (NAWA) finalized today implementing a training course for children entitled “Dantil” as part of “Vulnerable Children Empowerment through Culture and Arts Activities in Nature” project.

The 10-day course which includes 20 training hours on several topics aimed at developing children’s imagination by trying to reuse the environment in designing new works of art and promoting friendly practices.

In her turn, Ghadir Abu Musabeh, a member of the Nawa Society for Culture and Arts, welcomed the children and gave a brief description of the establishment of the playgrounds, their activities,  and services provided to the Palestinian community in the Deir Al-Balah area, stressing the importance of the course.

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Salem Ghannam, coordinator of NAWA Playgrounds, expressed the importance of expressed the importance of such activities in the preservation of the environment and society. He believes that these activities help to transform things around us that are worthless into useful designs, thus creating real value added. He added that children learn how to exploit non-usable materials, which many consider useless to produce wonderful art products.

It is worth mentioning that the project is implemented in cooperation with the French Consulate in Jerusalem and seeks to improve the well-being of thousands of Palestinian children and their families by offering a wide range of non-formal education and cultural programs.

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20 Jan
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NAWA Implements a Training Course Entitled “Book Club”

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Nawa for Culture and Arts Association (NAWA) finalized today implementing a training course entitled “Book Club” for (20) children living in Deir Al-Balah Area. The course comes under “Vulnerable Children Empowerment through Culture and Arts Activities in Nature” project, implemented at NAWA Playgrounds, and funded by French Consulate in Jerusalem.

The sixteen hour course, which will take place between 06 January and 20 January 2019, aims at equipping the children with the skills to analyze and discuss the poetry of the renown Palestinian poet, Mahmoud Darwich.

“Books usually exercise children’s brains and provide enjoyable and easy ways for your children to develop many literacy skills,” said Aisha Al Zari, an animator at NAWA Playgrounds.

It is worth mentioning that the “Book Club”  comes as a part of the “Winter Season Activities 2019”, which is entitled “I am a Human”, after the first   book in human rights for the children in Arabic. As well, all the activities of this calendar came to promote human rights in general and children’s rights in particular.

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08 Jan
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NAWA Opens Training Course for Children Entitled “The Little Librarian “

Nawa for Culture and Art Association (NAWA) opens a training course entitled: “The Little Librarian” course for (16) children living at Deir Al Al-Balah   Area. The course comes under ” Children’s Gate to the Future (2): Empowering Vulnerable Children through Non-Formal Education ” project, implemented at NAWA Cultural Center, and is funded by Bread for the World and MADRE Association.

The twelve -hour-course, which takes place between 06 January and 20 January 2019, aims at teaching children about Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC), a proprietary library classification system approved and internally used for classifying the library collections inside NAWA libraries.

Amal Al Shorafa, the course animator and the course trained has explained that this course has come after the need of the children for such courses for they are always wondering about how books inside libraries are classified. Lotfiyya Al Buhisi, 11, said “I loved the course very much, I love classifying books, and library collections.”

It is worth mentioning that the project activities seek to empower the community of Deir Al-Balah where the creative potentials of the children are unfolded to solve the challenges within the community out of their own strengths through targeting (1500) children in three years.

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08 Jan
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NAWA Implements A Training Course Entitled “Scientific Research & Information Literacy”

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Nawa for Culture and Arts Association (NAWA) continues in implementing “Scientific Research & Information Literacy” course at Al Khidr Library for Children as part of “Vulnerable Children Empowerment Through Non-Formal Education ” project.

The one-week course which includes 10 training hours on several topics aimed at equipping the children with new skills related to information skills.

In her turn, Hasan Abu Mizyed, an animator at Al Khidr Library, welcomed the children and gave a brief description of the course stressing the importance of the course. He added, “Information literacy is important for today’s learners, it promotes problem solving approaches and thinking skills.”

It is worth mentioning that the project is implemented in cooperation with Drosos Foundation and seeks to empower the vulnerable children and their parents in Deir al-Balah city and camp (middle of the Gaza Strip), through non-formal education.

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07 Jan
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NAWA Opens Training Course for Children Entitled “Paper Textile”

Nawa for Culture and Art Association (NAWA) opens a training course for (15) children living at Deir Al Al-Balah   Area. The course comes under ” Children’s Gate to the Future (2): Empowering Vulnerable Children through Non-Formal Education ” project, implemented at NAWA Cultural Center, and is funded by Bread for the World and MADRE Association.

The ten-hour-course, which takes place between 06 January and 20 January 2019, aimed at teaching children how to design paper paints from colorful papers using the textures and papers.

The project activities seek to empower the community of Deir Al-Balah where the creative potentials of the children are unfolded to solve the challenges within the community out of their own strengths through targeting (1500) children in three years.

Salem Awad, a senior animator and art trainer, stated that visual arts and using the papers specifically help the children in using their hands in creating useful products .

In addition, the children expressed their happiness about their enrollment in this course. For example, Yosuf Al Azayza, 8, said, “I started to design simple houses and shapes from papers.”

The “Paper Textile” course comes as a part of the “Winter Season Activities 2019”, which is entitled “I am a Human”, named after the first   book in human rights for the children in Arabic. As well, all the activities of this calendar came to promote human rights in general and children’s rights in particular.

The project includes several activities, including cultural activities such as storytelling, free reading, art activities and activities, recreational activities, and capacity building activities for parents and educators to enable them to respond to the needs of the children.

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07 Jan
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Al Khidr Library for Children Continues in Implementing Winter Season Activities 2019

Al Khidr Library for Children continues in implementing winter season activities and events for 2019 which bears the name of “I am Human.” The library activities targets the children aging between  4 and 12 years. These activities aim at promoting the human rights based approach which is one of NAWA strategic cross-cutting issues adapted by NAWA in its activities and programs.

The activities the library implements include: cultural activities that increase the access of the children to the information,   art activities that promote the children education and practice for visual and non-visual arts, and recreational activities.The cultural activities include storytelling session and information literacy and scientific research, book club course, and Calligraphy Course. Meanwhile, the library implemented a group of art courses including: free painting activities.

Al Khidr Library for Children activities come under: “Vulnerable Children Empowerment  through Non-Formal Education” which is implemented in partnership with Drosos Foundation.

In their roles, the children expressed their happiness towards the implemented activities and courses. Lojain Al Azayza, 11, said, “I was very fascinated for the vacation to come where I took part in the book club, for I love storytelling very much, and I love to take part in the theatric shows.”

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