From 22th until 27th of March our kick-off workshop for our new Jordan project called “A Vision for Jordan 2025 - Supporting Youth Active Citizenship for Community Development took place in Cairo
From 10th until 12th of March, CRISP implemented a teambuilding workshop with GIZ´s “Strengthening Reform Initiatives in the Public Administration (SRIP)” team in Egypt
After we have finalized the SET-Project-Series [2012-2018], we start a new era with our long-term local partner CDS.
Our local partner in Egypt Nadi El-Mohaka Foundation is looking for an executive manager in Cairo, Egypt.
We are happy to welcome at our organization Ikram Ais, our new intern, who is taking part in the Cross Culture Internship Program of ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen).
We are excited to announce the launch of Nadi El Mohakah website!
Just some days before Christmas we were invited to facilitate one day at the regional forum of UNDP’s Youth Leadership Programme (YLP4) “Innovating for Sustainable Impact” in Tunis.
From the 10th until the 11th of November we conducted the simulation game “Syria” in cooperation with Al Sharq and Hometown Hannover in Hannovers biggest community-centre.
We celebrated our project-series SET (2012 - 2018) in Egypt. Together with more than 200 guests, we reviewed the last exiting six years and presented the new entity Nadi El Mohake Foundation (Simulation Gamers Club, Egypt) to the public.
On the 22nd and 23rd of November we have implemented our updated simulation game, ‘Quo Vadis EU’ for twelve participants of the international diplomats’ training from Iraq.
HakhodHa’ay is an initaitive against Gender-Based-Violence that was developed and implemented in the course of our project SET-5.
CRISP, the Center for Development Services (CDS) and the Simulation Gamers Club Egypt (SimClub) came together for a workshop on “fundraising and planning” in Cairo from 16th until 20th of September.
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