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.
Middle East and North Africa
Amid the coronavirus crisis, The IECD’s teams in Lebanon are being increasingly inventive to ensure the continuity of training.
Being a young Egyptian and creating your own electricity company? This is what the IECD is defending in Alexandria!
From 25 to 27 November, the 2019 Conference of the New Chance Mediterranean Network (MedNC) was held in Barcelona: it was the opportunity for 70 professionals from 13 countries that work to favor the integration of young people in difficulty to transfer their good practices and deploy new projects leading to cooperation between both shores of the Mediterranean.
Miss Janaïna Herrera, the French General Consul in Alexandria, welcomed the IECD and local stakeholders of the “Seeds of Hope” project, which allowed 526 students (including 321 girls) from two technical schools to follow high quality training in electrical maintenance.
Astrid Desjobert, the head of the New Chance Mediterranean network and the IECD’s representative in the PACA region was interviewed by Eric Bataillon on RFI in the Orient Hebdo program broadcast on Sunday 22 September 2019.
“With my diploma, I can find a job easily!”
Sara is an electrical student in Alexandria, Egypt. Despite the negative remarks from those around her, she perseveres in her studies and discovers a real passion…
Yehya a 15 ans. Il est le plus jeune d’une famille de 7 enfants. Son père, ouvrier du bâtiment, a perdu son emploi il y a près de 6 ans à la suite d’une explosion qui a dévasté leur quartier…
Fatima followed the FAPAM (Training in personal care of the elderly and sick) in Bekaa, Lebanon. This course has transformed her life…
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