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Changing Perspective

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a detrimental issue that countless governmental and nongovernmental efforts...

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Steps Towards Change

As a 29 year old Eritrean mother of two girls, M.H was forced to flee her country after she lost her husband who...

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HEI Students Initiatives to Help School Students during Quarantine

There are several initiatives launched in those Harsh Circumstances to support the students to pass their year...

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For a better livelihood of youth and women in Egypt

Entrepreneurship & Employment

Youth Entrepreneurship Network

Partner: Strengthening Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development...

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...

Humanitarian

Community Theater for GBV and RH

Partner: UNFPA Year of Implementation: 2017-2019 Community theater is...

Education & Training

Public University Scholarship Program (Community Service)

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

Testimonials

Qena Governorate

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.