Signing of a contract agreement
 
ADWAR initiated the implementation of " Social Movement of Bedouin Women " project activities
Roles For Social Change Association (ADWAR) started today in the Association Hall the implementation of " Social Movement Of Bedouin women in the International month for the elimination of violence "Project , in partnership with Catholic Relief Services CRS in the framework of Civic Participation Program CPP , funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development USAID , where the project aims to promote the young women and youth participation in the community life and to impact on local councils in marginalized Bedouin communities southeast of Yatta in Hebron in order to provide community services that take into account the needs of both gender equality.
 
Dalia Association is a Winner of the Arcus Global Social Justice Prize
Dalia Association has won the Kalamazoo Collage Global Prize for Collaborative Social Justice Leadership. Amongst 188 submissions from around the world our film was nominated as a finalist, and we were invited, along with14 other finalists, to Kalamazoo College in Michigan to present Dalia’s work. The film is 10 minutes long and follows the team at Dalia visiting various community projects across Palestine. Made by the brilliant Palestinian filmmaker, Sami Alalul, it shows the spirit of abundance, of self-determination, and of possibility that pervades our work. http://www.dalia.ps/dalia-association-is-winner-arcus-global-social-justice-prize
 
Dalia film was nominated for Sima competition 2013
Dalia film about the system of Aid given to Palestine was nominated for Sima competition to raise international awareness about social justice and human rights through real and realistic stories. 267 films from individuals and associations applied for the competition. Dalia film was one of the 30 films nominated to win the award.
 
 
WAFAC ends the educational and supportive project for students with special needs in South of Nablus schools
 
 
Launching an educational project supportive for students with special needs in South Nablus schools
Under the banner of the education is a right for all, WAFAC starts the implementation of a project activities that aims to support students with special needs in the educational process in cooperation with the Directorate of south Nablus, funded by the United Nations Human Rights / Office of the High Commissioner and UNDP which will continue until February 2013.
 
Women And Family Affairs Center concludes the TVET Awareness and Advocacy Campaign "Our children: Our Hope and Our Pain"
In the occasion of the International Women’s Day, WAFAC has celebrated the ending of the awareness and advocacy campaign events "Our Children: Our Hope and Our Pain" in TVET sector, in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Nablus and with partner institutions and funded by the BTC Agency. The ceremony was held in Asira Al Queblia village of Nablus District and attended by a crowd of women and female students who participated in the awareness campaign and by representatives of partner institutions. The ceremony included a set of words in which Sumaya Safadi, WAFAC manager, spoke about International Women's Day, and the achievements of the TVET awareness and advocacy campaign. From his side, spoke Nedal Khouri, the representative of the Belgian Project, about the importance of education and vocational training in Palestine and about projects supported by the BTC. Also, Maha Ahmed, the representative of Mother School Society and on behalf of the partner institutions, spoke about the importance of joint work and joint efforts between institutions, also a female student spoke about her participation experience in the TVET awareness seminars and how her colleagues and she have benefited from the project. The ceremony started with the National Anthem, a minute of silence for the martyrs’ souls and some artistic presentation such as songs and free poems; tackling prisoners issues and Palestinian heritage, in addition to the Dabke band, while 3 women spoke about their professional experiences in different projects. At the end of the ceremony, sweets and roses were distributed on women’s honor and on the occasion of their celebration of International Women’s Day.
 
NDC Signs a Euro 5 Million Financing Agreement with the AFD
On Tuesday, September 7, 2010, the NGO Development Center (NDC) signed a financing agreement with the French Development Agency (AFD) for a total amount of Euro 5 Million over a period of four years. The signing ceremony took place at the NGO Development Center in Alram. The agreement was signed by Mr. Herve Conan, the Country Director of the AFD, Mr. Ghassan Kasabreh, NDC Director, and by his Excellency the Consul General of France in Jerusalem, Mr. Frederic Desagneaux.
 
Denmark signs a USD 4.6 million with NDC to support Human Rights and Good Governance Secretariat
The Danish Government joined on Monday Dec. 6, the Human Rights and Good Governance Secretariat that the NGO Development Center (NDC) is managing, by signing a funding agreement with the NDC for USD 4.6 million. By signing this agreement, the total funding for the second phase of the Secretariat which continues until June 2013, reaches USD 16.2 million. Denmark is a founding member in the first phase of the Secretariat which was established in 2008, and joined today beside Switzerland, the Netherlands and Sweden.
 
The NGO Development Center and NGO umbrella networks hold consultation workshop with international donors
The NGO Sector Strategic Framework for 2013-2017 will be based on broad and deep consultation with all stakeholders.

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