Summer 2014: Participated in IGMADI** events 4 and the Egyptian Cancer Society’s Pink Party.
August 2014: Finalized tri-level program curriculum in Character Development.
Fall 2014: Participated in IGMADI #5 in UN Women’s “Women’s Empowerment” event.
October 2014: Conducted 3-day volunteering training in anticipation of the launch of the pilot program.
November-December 2014: Pilot program measurement and assessment and class graduation
Kicked off 2nd class in Educate-Me
Kicked off Establ Anter, our 1st Class: Launched our first class with collaboration with Tawasol. Graduated 12 girls—Jan 2015 to End Mid May.
Kicked off 2 classes El Maniyal: In cooperation with the Youth and Sports Ministry at El Mabara orphanage for girls. Graduated 18 girls—spring 2015.
Kicked off 1st class in Manshiet Nasar: Launched our first class with collaboration with Nebny, coaching 15 girls, Sept 5th – Dec 2015.
Kicked off our 2nd Establ 3anter, Class 2, October – December 2015.
Lunched partnership with Ruwward for development: First class: Coaching 18 girls, Feb- June 2016.
By mid-2016 launched 2nd class: Coaching 15 girls in Ruwwad 3azbt Khar Alaa, May- Dec. 2016
Kicked off 3rd class with Tawsoul, Establ Anter
Kicking off the first boys’ classes in Establ 3anter, Coaching 15 boys, class March 2017.
The overall goal and objective of this effort are to raise stronger and confident young men who support their communities and the women within them. The program is focused on gender equality within the three main pillars: Character Development, Health, and Nutrition, and Harassment Awareness. The program is to run on a weekly basis for 9 months and is broken into three levels. The early report of the first few classes, that boys loving it and enjoying every activity we do with them. We will keep you posted.
Educate ME, Class 2, Level 1: New class. Coaching 15 girls, class April 2017
2018 was huge for us. Our impact reached another level. We provided training to five classes in Cairo and Giza and expanded even further to more locations in partnership with Tawasoul foundation, Ruwwad, and Educate Me.
Also, we received an award from CARE international for our effort and impact toward reducing GBV, gender-based violence.
Participated in another IGMADI event to raise awareness for women’s empowerment and stand up against sexual harassment and bullying.
Lastly, in cooperation with Coptic Orphans USA, we sent three volunteers from Canada and Australia to upper Egypt and provided training to over 50 girls