CRISP - Trainings


Towards a more inclusive Egyptian society

As a continuation to our work with GIZ Egypt under their Equal Opportunities and Social development (EOSD) project, we have successfully developed a new simulation game to be implemented with youth around Egypt.

Quick facts
DURATION15.09.2022 Until 19.09.2022
PARTICIPANTS12 individuals from CRISP, Center for Development Services (CDS), Nady El-Mohakah Foundation (NMF) and GIZ


Together with the Center for Development Services (Egypt) and Nadi El Mohakah Foundation (NMF, Egypt) we successfully put together a tailored made simulation game to fit the goals and objectives of the Equal Opportunities and Social development (EOSD) project for GIZ Egypt.

The new simulation game titles “El Lotus” is targeting youth in Egypt, to experience first-hand the important issues of 1. Participation of marginalized young youth, 2. Gender equality and 3. Inclusion of persons living with disabilities.

With this simulation game, a group of youth activists in Egypt will be trained on the facilitation method of simulation games by our team and will implement the simulation game to reach 5000 youth who will get a first-hand experience understanding of the three thematic topics of the project.

Project Goals

The workshop has been implemented within the "Equal Opportunities and Sustainable Development” project (EOSD) which aims to build the capacities of state actors, non-state actors and youth to promote the inclusive participation of youth, women and people with disabilities, as well as promoting the cooperation between state and non-state actors and supporting youth to lead local initiatives and become active change makers in their communities.

Target Group(s)

Mid-senior level MoYS employees, civil society youth actors and youth, strengthening their competences on issues of gender and people with disabilities.

Planned Outcomes/Achievements

The project will improve the preconditions for the societal participation of young people, especially women and people with disabilities through awareness-raising measures and campaigns on the local and national levels to promote gender equality, inclusion of people with disabilities and population-related topics.


This project was designed and implemented in close cooperation with