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iEARN workshops in Yemen

December, 16 2013

From December 8-12, 2013, SOUL, which runs iEARN-Yemen, conducted workshop in Taiz as part of the “Youth Learning for Responsible Citizenship” Project, supported by US Embassy.  Two teachers and five students from each school were trained on essential life skills, conflict resolution, community-based project design and management, peer education, and how to utilize these skills to work in collaboration in iEARN.  All participants became members of iEARN and collaborated with their peers who joined iEARN in previous years. Moreover, the 5 participating schools produced five community-based project proposals which they will implement in the coming three months and will post them on iEARN's Collaboration Centre. (see photos below)

On December 8, 2013, SOUL/iEARN-Yemen also started its first workshop within the “Youth Learning for Responsible Citizenship” Project in the Hodayda governorate. This workshop targeted 12 teachers and 25 students from 5 girls and boys schools.  As part of a 5-day workshop, participants were trained on: Essential Life Skills, Conflict Resolution, Peer Education, Community-based project Design and Management, and working on global projects through iEARN.  In the coming months, participants will be producing 5 community-based projects to be posted on the iEARN Collaboration Centre. The “YLRC” project is made possible through funding from Oxfam Novib. (see photos below)

Taiz Workshop

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Hodayda Workshop

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