The project aims to combat the illiteracy of 2800 of the most impoverished and marginalized women in the neediest villages of Giza and Menya. The project will provide educational and cultural services to women and their children through a comprehensive training program to raise awareness on hygiene, positive parenting, legal women's rights, along with other topics. The project also aims to build their capacities through self-esteem and soft skills trainings. In addition, children of students will be enrolled in an extensive training program that enhances their sense of self, creativity, positivity as well as habilitate them to be active leaders in society.
Lastly the project will build the capacities of natural leaders in the villages as well as the managers of some grass root organizations for sustainability.
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Giza and Menya
The project started in October 2019.