It has been a decade since the Syrian war started. The crisis has created significant economic damage, notably in terms of poverty and unemployment. For the past ten years, the IECD has empowered Syrian youth through vocational training and support toward professional integration.
Support to small enterprises in urban areas and rural development
This summer, the Janah socio-educational center organizes 105 musical initiation sessions in collaboration with the Al Kamandjâti music association. The students of all EB1 to EB6 classes can now participate in the 60-minutes musical initiation workshop during their recreation time. The sessions wish to offer the children a fun musical education while supporting their psychological development.
Over 3 years, the IECD, AFD, and Semeurs d’Avenir, will empower over 1,165 disadvantaged people through short and long training courses and 550 entrepreneurs by providing multidimensional support. The “Maharat Li Loubnan 2” (Skills for Lebanon 2) project aims to extend the positive impacts of the previous project implemented since 2017 by addressing the multiple crises that Lebanon is currently experiencing.
In Syria, the IECD has overcome the consequences of the health crisis by launching online training courses and strengthening its support for young people, entrepreneurs and families.
The contest organized by the Louis Dreyfus Foundation in partnership with the IECD allows 4 entrepreneurs from the Ivorian agri-food sector to receive a total of 24 million CFA francs (€37,000) in aid designed to develop their business.
“Agriculture is for me a job and a lifestyle choice!”
An ambitious entrepreneur, Aurélien wants to develop his garage and fulfil his dream thanks to the Basic Management Training proposed by the CED, the IECD’s local partner…
Thanks to the IECD’s basic management training course, Mrs. Bay is saving her business!
Rémy, the former Head of Agricultural Research and Development with Bonduelle is now a volunteer for the APONH project…
A new agreement between the IECD and the “Jerusalem Hills” Cooperative will boost the economy in the region.