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” Partnering for Better Employment ” The Palestinian Center for Youth Economic Empowerment (CYEE) and Future Development Commission (FDC) visit many partners and universities in the Gaza Strip.

Through partnering process designed in cooperation between CYEE & FDC, Ms. Sahar Othman, Executive Director of CYEE, Ms. Aisha Abu Shaqfa, Executive Director of FDC, Mr. Bader Zamara, Executive Director of Sharek Youth Forum, and Dr. Samir Helila, CEO of PADICO HOLDING have visited a group of institutions and partners in Gaza including: University of Palestine, Al-Aqsa University, University Collage …

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Young Princes Kindergarten’s visit to Future Development Commission

Young Princes director Ms. Amira Madi visited the Future Development Commission, after the association’s cooperation with the Kindergarten in several projects aimed at enhancing the role of kindergartens in the local community in addition to the training and capacity building of its staff, Through a number of subjects and training materials aimed at enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of nannies …

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Recovering Well-being of Gaza Children / Phase 2 Launch

   Future Development Commission (F.D.C) in partnership with Islamic Relief – Palestine Office, launched Recovering Well-being of Gaza Children – Phase 2, after the project agreement was signed in the presence of Abdul Jaleel Sarsour, Chairman of the Board of Directors of F.D.C, Muneeb Abu Ghazala, Director of Islamic Relief – Palestine Office and Ms. Aisha Abu Shaqfa, the Executive …

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The Palestinian Center for Youth Economic Empowerment (CYEE), Future Development Commission (FDC), PADICO HOLDING and Silatech Foundation launch the second season of Tamayaz program at the University of Palestine and the University of Gaza

The Palestinian Center for Youth Economic Empowerment (CYEE), Future Development Commission (FDC), PADICO HOLDING and Silatech Foundation launch the second season of Tamayaz program at the University of Palestine and the University of Gaza. The Palestinian Center for Youth Economic Empowerment and Future Development Commission in the Gaza Strip launched the second season of TAMAYEZ Program at the University of …

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Women’s Empowerment Program

The program seeks to empower women and promote their participation in civic life and raise their living standard by providing supportive services, and psycho-social support, legal counseling, training and preparation of graduates for the labor market and promote women’s political participation.

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Psychological Counseling and Support program

The program seeks to contribute to improving the mental health of children, provide a supportive learning environment, and support for children in marginalized areas. The program is implemented through: outreach activities, psychosocial support and recreational activities, as well as the establishment of centers to help children to solve homeworks using active learning techniques such as: environmental materials, children’s cinema, children’s …

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The Poverty alleviation and Economic Empowerment

The program aims to assist and empower poor families and enhance their sustainable livelihoods through the implementation of vocational training courses in various fields, creating temporary and permanent jobs as well as strengthening and empowering women economically through the development of their skills and capabilities to launch & manage small projects and provide job opportunities for young graduates. In addition …

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Youth Support and Empowerment Program

The program works on the empowerment and rehabilitation of youth, especially in marginalized areas, to enhance their role in society, the program offers several training courses in order to develop practical and personal skills of youth, such as communication skills, leadership, self-management and entrepreneurship, so as to enhance and their employability chances after graduation.

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