Lebanon (Beqaa valley)
Strengthening of the social cohesion between Syrian refugees and the local Lebanese population,
by organizing cultural and educational activities to help the future integration of the young Syrian children refugees into the local education system.
Our local partner is the SALAM association.
Lebanon (Akkar district)
Inter-community dialogue program between young Lebanese people from various communities and the young Syrian refugees at the Syrian border,
by organizing D-Days (Dialogue day), which are built around a conference on a topic about peace. They are the opportunity for positive interactions between the young people or for a shared activity of artistic or general interest nature.
Our local partner is Relief & Reconciliation for Syria.
Iraq (Iraqi Kurdistan)
Professional training and life center for the Yazidi women and children victims of Daesh. Contribution to the training and education sections. Our local partner, AFAME, launched the project in August 2016. Our contribution:
- development of an intercultural/inter-community angle by organizing French language classes that serve as an opportunity of awareness and openness to other cultures;
- training adult supervisors to the teaching methods and tools required for the children’s early-learning and personal development that give a special place to cooperation and non-violent communication.
Training of associative leaders on the topics of debate and dialogue management.
Our libyan partner's aim, Dialogue & Debate Association (DDA), is to spread the culture of debate within the youth field. We support its action through the "debate community project". This project consists in training new debate trainers, reinforcing the existing clubs ' skills and establishing new clubs in differnt cities.
Democratic Republic of Congo (Kivu)
ASODH has initiated a partnership with BVES, a congolese association involved in Child protection. The project consists in psychosocial support of children from different communities, affected by armed conflicts (in North Kivu and South Kivu provinces) and looked after in transit and orientation centers (Goma and Bukavu).
Training sessions for the benefit of BVES social workers are also organized.