Monthly Archives: February 2012

Call for Judges and Volunteers

E-ERA needs volunteers for the YSEP Fairs http://www.ysep-eg.org/ &http://www.facebook.com/YSEPEgypt. Alexandria March 9 Assuit March 30 Cairo April 6 During the full interactive day, students will be presenting their projects' ideas, watching different documentaries, doing lots of scientific experiments, and meeting a number of prominent Egyptian professionals in the areas of science and technology. Judges: Professionals with a background

Read more
Young Arab Voices

Young Arab Voices program serves youth, educational organizations, and communities to promote human development, technology and cultural exchange. This program is based on the development of the art of debate among youth and how to manage the dialogue between the parties in the framework of fair and respect of each other's opinion.This project will be initiated in three governorates (North Sinai - Aswan - Cairo)  30students age of (14-18 years)

Read more
Close Up Camps

In collaboration with the US Embassy in Egypt, E-ERA implemented a one-day camp in three different governorates. E-ERA succeeded in delivering the ideas and objectives of the session through lectures, games and activities in which it helped the students to interact while understanding the importance of team working and conflict resolution.

Read more
Access Final Ceremony

This month E-ERA celebrated Access final ceremony, in which Access Alumni were invited to celebrate the end of the project. The ceremony included welcoming the attendees, introducing themselves, having an open discussion about various topics that, and planning future plans. 

Read more
Humanity Project blog for E-ERA: February 2012

As January 25 arrived, the Humanity Project sent our best wishes across the sea to the citizens of Egypt. Like E-ERA, we are not a political organization but we do work to help as many people as we can to achieve their fullest potential. And so the Humanity Project shares your hopes for a free, open society in Egypt. This is consistent with our organization’s mission. Although the Humanity Project assists children in schools in the United States,

Read more