A program led by Red Oak with the support of UNESCO Beirut and King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center dedicated to empower 150 syrian and palestinian mothers/caregivers through vocational capacity-building trainings. This is how our amazing women are learning sewing and embroidery in order to support their families and provide a household income by selling her handmade
Read the following news to know more about the circus training implemented by Red Oak in partnership with EMHRF and the Lebanese School For The Blind and Deaf.
On the first day of the training, one of the participants who had partial hearing loss offered help to the trainer by explaining how she should talk and what are the key signs' language.
This is how a 9-year-old boy created a smooth communication environment between his friends and the trainer.
Step by step an amazing trainer-child bond was developed so the circus skills of the children.
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A mind-blowing healing process: we’re talking about storytelling and art performance!!!Introducing our heroines, survivors of physical and psychological violence, abuse or exploitation...Women and girls from the Bekaa region participated in storytelling and performance sessions to explore significant issues related to their bodies, skin, space, identity, the relationship between each other’s, and writing or improvisation.They managed through performance to communicate thoughts and feelings, listen to each other, use their imagination and creativity, and gain confidence and self-esteem.This