In partnership with the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Nawa for Culture and Arts Association concluded the activities the Educators First Summer Camp (2018) with the participation of (28) kindergarten educators in the Middle Area.
The four-month project aims to improve and build the capacities of the early childhood educators in the Deir Al-Balah area in particular and the Middle Area in general through the First Summer Camp for Education (2018), which is part of the educational network in Deir Al-Balah.
The project’s activities have equipped the educators with the new skills in storytelling, active learning, physical movement games, folk songs and puppet making.The project coordinator, Fayha Al Masri, thanked the participants for their active participation during the training and wished them to benefit and apply what they learned during the training in their working lives. She stressed the importance of continued cooperation between NAWA and the surrounding kindergartens.
NAWA hopes that the activities of this project will be a seed for the establishment of a continuous network of kindergartens in the region.
تعلن جمعية نوى للثقافة والفنون عن طرح عطاء تطوير الكفاءة المؤسسية لجمعية نوى للثقافة والفنون، وذلك حسب المواصفات الفنية وجداول الكميات المرفقة في كراسة العطاء، فعلى الشركات المؤهلة والراغبة في التقدم لهذا العطاء
On 31st, May, 2018, a delegation of Humanity& Inclusion visited Nawa for Culture and Arts Association (NAWA). The delegation included: Silvester Kasozi, Field Coordinator, Matia Aranda, Reconstruction Specialist, Osama Hamdan, the manager of “Emergency Preparedness and Construction” project.
Ms. Reem Abu Jaber, NAWA Executive Director, Ms. Tahany Dalloul, Education Officer, and Ghada Al Haddad, Public Relations Coordinator, received the delegation. Ms. Abu Jaber briefed attendees on the association’s work in education, culture, arts and childhood sectors. Both sides also discussed future prospects of cooperation.
Ms. Abu Jaber also referred to the objectives of NAWA second strategic plan which was developed during the past year, and to the inclusive approach that NAWA tries to mainstream at all NAWA centers, through the adjustment of their centers, interventions and capacity building.
Mr. Kasozi explained that the education and culture sectors are also essential in the interventions of Humanity and Inclusion.
The delegation visited the new administration building, which is being built in partnership with Humanity and Inclusion and funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).