Ariu for Consultancy and Training launched an online awareness program called “Hamzet Wasl” that aimed at exchanging experiences and increasing awareness among parents and teachers about the violence against children and teenagers and its dangers.
It was implemented in partnership between Bibliotheca Alexandrina and the Intellectual and Environmental Development Association (EIDA) in the framework of the general policy of the Egyptian state, the plan of the Ministry of Social Solidarity and the recommendations of UNICEF to reduce the violence against the children and teenagers.
The program covered several topics such as; social violence, domestic violence, addiction and suicide. Different episodes were filmed by educational experts, psycatrists and psychologists to present the idea of the intergenerational dialogue and the importance of the non-violent communication between teachers, parents and teenagers. In addition, online interactive sessions were facilitated on Zoom by the experts to present to the audience different ways to deal with their teenagers while avoiding all types of violence.
All the episodes were launched on our social media platform Facebook and Youtube.
Ariu for Consultancy and Training designed and implemented an online awareness event in order to raise youth awareness about environment related topics. The event was held in partnership with the Environmental and Intellectual Development Association and Bibliotheca Alexandrina. It was attended by 73 university students.
The workshops covered several topics such as Public Health, Sustainable Development, Green Architecture and International Relations.
Participants were also offered artistic workshops such as theater, animation, photography and music to utilize the knowledge they received and share it with others through their artistic creations.
Ariu for Consultancy and Training customized a series of animation movies as well as info-graphic videos to support a conflict management and resolution training program.
It helped trainers present their manuals effectively. The trainees also could learn and retain information better and for longer duration.
Our team of consultants implemented all elements of movie making; choice of the theme, screenwriting, visual design, editing, voice over, sound and music, directing and animation.
The children were offered a learning experience manifested through two main methodologies: gamification and extracurricular activities. The event was implemented in cooperation with the UNESCO, the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, KAYAN foundation and the Environmental and Intellectual Development Association.
The activity intended to raise the students’ awareness about the UN Convention on the Rights of a Child and The African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child yet teaching them protective behaviors. We offered an organized and planned activities for eighty seven school students from the age of 9 to 15 years old, boys and girls. The participants were from five different national and international schools.
By offering various workshops during the event, we could help children broaden their perspectives about their own rights. Including their knowledge about their right to association with both parents, human identity as well as the basic needs for physical protection, food, health care, and criminal laws appropriate for the age and development of the child, equal protection of the child’s civil rights, and freedom from discrimination.
Ariu for Consultancy and Training provided a capacity building activity through a “Practical Application Model for Project Management and Implementation”. The Model is an educational simulation destined to engage students and allow them to develop deeper understanding of the entrepreneurship concept as well as stimulating their soft skills acquired through the capacity building training. The activity was included in an ideation camp implemented with the “Technical and Vocational Employment and Training project (TVET)” EU funded Project.
To the state and private schools. Incubating environmental grass roots and initiatives’ in Alexandria in cooperation with several NGOs and Bibliotheca Alexandrina.
Delivering training programs to build the capacities of the targeted companies and individuals and setting up cross-cutting local support to tailored interventions with international peacekeeping programs.
Diversity among the children and youth, through preparing them for an open dialogue as peace builders. The designed curriculas were used in the implementation of “Kawkab initiative” with the Jesuit Cultural Center and others.
Changing the social misperception about technical education, through creating videos to tell the stories of the project’s beneficiaries, document the project activities and events all over Egypt. Also, launching them on social media with the “Technical and Vocational Employment and Training project (TVET)” EU funded Project. The social media campaigns address the recognition gaps and work on the de-stigmatization of the technical laborers.
“Anti-Bullying” campaigns and designing psychotherapeutic interventions curricula. Prior to the implementation of the activities numerous expert meetings were held to design a multidimensional curricula engaging all the different members of school’s community in a holistic manner (teachers, students, bus drivers and parents).