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Participation of Life Foundation in the conference of Vocational Training for youth of the organization of Plan International Egypt

Life Foundation participated in the conference; which held by Plan International Egypt organization in Cairo, 19 July 2018 for its project of Vocational Training for youth, with the participation of a number of civil society organizations in Egypt attended by Mr. Ayman Rizk, conference officer, Dr. Noha Fouad, program manager of support education at World Bankو ducation at World Bank  Egypt., ASP; Mrs. Manal Elabasy, president of Egyptian Association For Egyptian Women and Dr. Manal Hanafi officer of designing small enterprises for women at Ministry of Social Solidarity.

Plan International is an independent international body; seeks to create a fair world to make progress in children’s rights and promote girl’s right to equality, and its overall target is to improve the socio-economic conditions of 700 young men and women their aged between 15 and 30 years in two of marginalized regions in Giza.

This conference aimed to discuss what has been achieved in project, the results of the project, the programmatic intervention that contributed to achieve the results and some proposals for better results.

Proposals submitted:

Study market needs to choose suitable occupation.

Train leaders.

Conduct market studies.

Awareness campaigns in marginalized regions.

Life Foundation submitted a proposal to empower women through using different types of art that have many benefits including psychological benefits that may subsequently become a source of income.

Life Foundation also reaffirmed that this central topic doesn’t achieve the desired results only through cooperation of all parties as civil society organizations, ministry of education, ministry of youth and sport and individuals themselves for a change.

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