To equip and empower audiences (Syrian refugees and selected Jordanians) with relevant technical and hot/needed topics, knowledge, soft skill and entrepreneurship skills that will enable refugees and the Jordanian population to blend in the local market demand.
Improved access to sustainable livelihood opportunities for vulnerable youth and women refugees and host population members residing in Irbid, Jordan: A Market Assessment of Bani Kinanah and North Mazar Districts
To improve the socio-economic situation of Jordanian and Syrian women and youth by building their skills and experience to better identify and access job opportunities and build their capacities to plan and manage their own income generating initiatives.
Vocational Education and Training &Higher Education Program for vulnerable Syrians and disadvantaged youth from host communities
To provide equal access to further and higher education in the region for Syrian youth who have finished their Tawjihi exam (Secondary School Certificate) in Syria or in the neighbouring countries without being able to continue their University studies or had to abandon their studies because of the war and displacements.
Photography workshop for people under temporary protection and from the host community (Light the Dark Photography Exhibition)
To raise awareness about the importance of intergenerational dialogue and intergenerational, intercultural, cross-institutional and intergovernmental collaboration in achieving gender equality and social cohesion between forcibly displaced and the host community.
Women Cooperative for women from the host community and forcibly displaced women (SADA Women’s Cooperative)
To build an entrepreneurial spirit in women under temporary protection. Meso: Improvement of the sustainibility of social cohesion among forcibly displaced and women from the host community.
To informe media workers in Turkey about the issues when dealing with forcibly displaced groups
Identification of stakeholders that made an identification of the practice Béla Soltész, Menedék - Hungarian Association for Migrants Criteria actors or stakeholder are using to assess them as a “good practice” Enabling the staff of the municipality for dealing with...
To offer parents of small children free moments without the children, for instance, to take part in work, study or other activities or take care of themselves, for example, by resting. To offer children meaningful and developing activities.
To provide statutory reception services as housing, social and health services, work and study activities, reception allowance and interpretation. The services are tailored to people with mental disorders and who consequently are in need of more intensive support.
To strengthen, test and evaluate innovative pathways to sustain unaccompanied minors’ transition to adulthood, by offering them a series of educational experiences such as training opportunities and work placement, as well as independent housing solutions.
To intensify and expand a functional and efficient cooperation for supporting the autonomy processes of children and ageing-out youth from the residential centres.
To achieve autonomy and positive inclusion of vulnerable groups through reception in local families as a path of integration and active citizenship, by sharing spaces and experiences, enhancing reciprocity and autonomy.
To create role models for migrant youth or youth from ethnic minorities throughout of the vocational career, by understanding the needs of young people and local contexts.
To promote the social and entrepreneurial capacities of migrant women through development and exploitation of food-related knowledge and skills that provide possibilities for income-generating activities.
To support in gaining self-sufficiency and access to the labour market, especially in the light of preventing their social discrimination and their involvement in exploitation activities.
To support the work of social workers, teachers and trainers for the purpose of sustaining young mothers in re-entering education or training for a better access to the labour world.