Best wishes for 2020 from CRISP.
The Jordan Youth Vision focuses on the most urgent challenges among youth in Jordan: employment, education and participation.
Another three months have past and a lot of things have happened at CRISP.
From the 30th of August until the 2nd of September CRISP co-facilitated a training of trainers together with our partners from CDS
A retreat took place in Sahl Hashish, Egypt for three days (3-5 September, 2019), with the purpose of reflecting on the previous months of the Y-LEAD program and developing a work plan for future activities and milestones.
On behalf of CRISP and CDS, Andreas Muckenfuss and Hesham Khalil had a very successful meeting with the Ministry of Youth and Sports in Cairo, Egypt on the 8th of September.
Support from the Ministry of Political and Parliamentary Affairs in Jordan for our project ‘A Vision for Jordanian Youth 2030’
For the first time, 19 participants from 4 different governorates across Jordan came together to develop the first Jordanian simulation game.
In July we developed the very first Simulation Game on Local Councils in Egypt in cooperation with Nadi El Mohake.
As usual we have been quite busy over the last three months.
From 18th - 19th of June, CRISP participated in the “Berlin Summer Dialogue 2019 Post-Conflict Reconstruction: A Window of Opportunity? The role of external actors in the MENA region”
CRISP is glad to welcome Nadine Fahmy our new European Solidarity Corps volunteer from Egypt who will support us in projects and activities implemented in the MENA region.
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