iEARN is a non-profit organization made up of over 30,000 schools and youth organizations in more than 140 countries. iEARN empowers teachers and young people to work together online using the Internet and other new communications technologies. Over 2,000,000 students each day are engaged in collaborative project work worldwide. iEARN Egypt is an officially registered NGO under the name of “Egyptian Educational Resources Association.
Website: http://www.iearnegypt.org – www.facebook.com/iearnegypt
Bokra Beky Project
Bokra Beky will empower 400 women who are graduates of technical school and public universities economically and socially. The participants will be of age 18 to 29 from Giza. The initiative will provide training and workshops to increase their awareness of their professional duties and rights to face different challenges. The workshops topics will include life skills, market skills and technical and professional training.
Debate For Life
Debate for Life is a newly founded Egyptian Youth initiative that aims to spread debating skills between youth as an essential life skill. We are a group of Egyptian youth who love the art of debating and are keen on spreading the benefits of it between our fellow youth.
Access is a global scholarship program supported by the U.S. Department of State that provides a foundation of English language skills to talented 13-20 year-olds from economically disadvantaged backgrounds through after-school classes and intensive sessions. Access seeks to equip selected students with strong English language skills that can lead to better jobs, educational opportunities, and gain the ability to participate in and compete for future exchanges and study in the United States.
Adobe Youth Voices Egypt
Adobe Youth Voices provides breakthrough learning experiences using digital media tools that enable youth to explore and comment on their world. Adobe Youth Voices aims to empower youth in underserved communities around the globe with real-world experiences and 21st century tools to communicate their ideas, exhibit their potential, and take action in their communities.
Young Arab Voices
‘Young Arab Voices’ was jointly launched in 2011 by the British Council and the Anna Lindh Foundation, in response to the historic political and
social changes taking place across the Arab region. The purpose of the programme is to train young people in debating skills and facilitate youth participation in new processes of democratic transition and reform. It has led to the creation of debate clubs in a wide range of settings, from schools and universities to cultural spaces and grass-root NGOs.