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Events
HEI students at Mansoura University raising awareness about Psychological Health

In the context of their interest in raising the awareness of the critical social issues, thirteen of HEI students...

Events
Masterpieces Educational Initiative by HEI Students

“Masterpieces” is an educational initiative that started its work in February 2018 by Cairo University Cohort 3...

Events
HEI Students and “The 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence” Event

Ten female students in Ain Shams University from HEI program participated in “The 16 Days of Activism against...

Ongoing Projects

For a better livelihood of youth and women in Egypt

Entrepreneurship & Employment

Strengthening Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development (SEED)

Partner: USAID   Year of Implementation: 2019   The objective...

Humanitarian

Community Theater for GBV and RH

Community theater is one of the strong tools towards sustainable...

Entrepreneurship & Employment

TOMOOH- Entrepreneurship and Employability Program

Partner: Secours Catholique “Caritas France”   Year of...

Entrepreneurship & Employment

Meshwar Aman

Partner: Sawiris Foundation for Social Development & Uber  ...

Humanitarian

Safe Spaces Project

Partner: UNFPA & Ministry of Youth and Sports   Year of...

Education & Training

Public University Scholarship Program (Community Service)

Partner: USAID & AMIDEAST   Year of Implementation: 2015-2022...

Testimonials

Qena Governorate, 19 years old

Ahmed Tayb

Before joining Nawah team, I believed in many wrong customs and traditions (common in my community in Qena ) like FGM and early marriage. I have always thought FGM is really important for protecting girls as Islam said.  I also thought that girls should marry younger even before 18 years old. Attending Nawah community theater training made me see really the reality of these beliefs. I understood that FGM has nothing to do with religion and it is even dangerous and child marriage for girls endanger her lives. I find it a good chance for me with the theatre to help changing these misconceptions in Qena and Egypt.