Lama Alshiekh


From May 1 to October 1, 2017


Empowering young people of Orphelin house with multiple skills

Target population


Target avg age


People impacted


Sustainable Development Goal

Quality Education

Development stage

Education and Economic Empowerment


Target Population should exit the programme with significant and tengible added skills


Phase 1. Zumba, Teckuando,Debate and Publis Speaking, 3D drawing, Basic Health Awareness
Phase 2. ICDL , Communication Skills
Phase 3. Technical Skills for 14-18 years Old: Handicrafts, Maintenance of Mobile Phones and Computers, Hairdressing,
End Ceremony: Certification


_Highlight a critical and marginalized category and highlight their role in society
_Try to establish a sustainable impact for children through their cultural and moral rehabilitation and professional development
_Discover their skills and direct them to the right track
_Enabling and activating the role of the International Youth Room in Lattakia to include all segments of society
_Work to create a generation of educated and educated young people capable of coping with all difficulties and facing all challenges


_The Director of the House supported the project from the outset and considered it a new and special project targeting children aged 4 to 14
_The children were happy and encouraged in the exercises and demanded the rehearsal of the zomba and debate competition
_during health education one child shared with one of the trainers a traumatizing life event he experienced before he arrived to the house.
_The children loved drawing exercises and considered it something new to discover
_pubclic speaking training helped them express themselves and their ideas and discover some of them

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