نظمت مبادرة القيادات الشابة بالعاصمة الغيضة دورة تدريبية ل(32) من طلاب وطالبات كلية التربية بدعم من منظمة شركاء اليمن وإشراف جمعية وحدة شباب المهرة
وإن اهداف الدورة هي تعريف المشاركين على مفاهيم ومصطلحات تحليل النزاعات وطرق تسويتها والحد من العنف من خلال مبادرات بناء السلام وتعزيز المشاركة المجتمعية
Earlier this month, MYUA organised a Youth Leadership Training Course on conflict analysis and resolution for students of the College of Education, with the support of PartnersYemen.
Thirty two male and female students of the College of Education learned methods of conflict analysis, how to recognise the concerns and problems of society and how to prioritise needs using specialist technical tools.
دشنت جمعية وحدة شباب المهرة المبادرة الطلابية التوعوية حول الظواهر السلبية في المجتمع والتي تشمل عدم مواصلة التعليم الجامعي وتجنيد الأطفال وتعاطي المخدرات وهذا ضمن مشروع القيادات الشابة الممول من منظمة شركاء اليمن
On 15 Oct, we launched a community campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of child recruitment, drug abuse, and breaking off education. We’re grateful for the support of Partners Yemen and Partners Global for this project.
The campaign aims to protect young people by educating the community on potentially destabilising risks. It is being implemented by student councils in the Faculties of Education and Applied Sciences and the Technical Institute in Mahra governorate.
UPDATE: We made a new video to raise awareness of the litter problem on our sea front. Single-use plastic bags are still being used, but hopefully we can work on that next.
A fantastic new environmental project has been launched in Mahra to discourage littering, promote recycling and prevent disease. An influx of Yemenis displaced by war makes this especially important. Thank you to its funders Partners Yemen, part of Partners Global. Find out more by watching two short videos (in Arabic).
In 2013, this class in a rural desert area of Mahra had no formal teacher, no books, no pens, but a lot of enthusiasm. We found them a teacher for two years and then the Education Ministry took on the contract. Last month, they officially graduated secondary school! In all, eight boys passed, after travelling all the way to the coastal capital to sit their final test. Congratulations!!
The results of the survey of public opinion in the Mahra region have now been processed. The first of its kind, the 32-question survey asked 2,000 Mahris about their needs and aspirations for the future. You can read a summary (in Arabic) here: ملخّص نتائج استطلاع الرأى في المهرة