Supporting vulnerable girls and boys with learning, soft and hard skills and employ-ability programmes in the North
This project aims to increase the support of youth in North Lebanon, who are living in extremely vulnerable conditions. The primary objective is to support vulnerable girls and boys with learning, soft and hard skills and employ-ability programmes in the North.
This will include activities such as basic literacy and numeracy, vocational training, apprenticeships, life skills sessions, awareness sessions for parents, and youth-led initiatives to enhance community engagement and social awareness.
The implementation of these activities are expected to result in:
• Increased access of 500 Lebanese and Non-Lebanese youth (14-24 years) to technical and vocational training and innovative skills building programmes for improved professional readiness and employability
• Increased opportunities for participation and empowerment of Lebanese and Non-Lebanese youth enabling their healthy lifestyles and active engagement in their communities
|Tripoli, and suburbs Kobbeh, Baddawi, Abu Samra, and Mina.
Zgharta City, and surrounding villages such as Aayrounieh, Meryata, Fawar, Mejdlaya.
Minnieh, Deir Aamar, Hilane.
|Education and Human Development
|Direct Beneficiaries: 2625 girls and boys aged 14-24 years.
Indirect Beneficiaries: 5000 individuals including parents, and community members.
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