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“I like TYO’s concept and goals. At first, I thought that TYO is only about educational programs. I didn’t know that the organization cares this much about the humanitarian side. That’s what makes this place so special. TYO cares about the happiness of the kids. Children can come here and find support for the unimaginable challenges that many of them face.

 كنت أظن قبل عملي في منظمة شباب الغد أنها تهتم فقط بالبرامج التعليمية، لم أعلم أن أكثر أهدافها أهمية هي الإهتمام بالجانب الإنساني بشكلٍ كبير وهذا الجانب هو الذي يميز هذه المنظمة عن غيرها من المنظمات التعليمية. فهي تسعى لتحقيق سعادة كافة الأطفال لذلك دائماً ما يجدون الدعم النفسي والمعنوي هنا لمواجهة جميع التحديات التي تواجههم في حياتهم الخارجية

Dalia is the English teacher for the Early Childhood Education classes and the Core Childhood Program at the TYO Nablus center.

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Action Now for a Better Tomorrow

Yara Ramahi is one of the newest team members to join TYO as supervisor for the Academic Intervention and School Drop-Out Prevention program, a new TYO program made possible with the support of the Qatar Fund for Development. She is from Nablus and studied business administration at Al-Quds Open University.

What is the new program with which you are working?

With the generous support of the Qatar Fund for Development, TYO is implementing a new program called Academic Intervention and School Drop-Out Prevention. It is a program to help academically support students in refugee camps located within Nablus. Students are challenged throughout their high school years. In Palestine, 11th and 12th grade students must choose an academic course of study that prepares them for a single major in University. The Academic Intervention and School Drop-Out Prevention program’s goal is to ease the academic struggle and decrease the drop-out rate by providing focused academic assistance and support for individual student needs.

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How to Build Dreams into Reality

A native of Nablus, Hend Jarrar is the program manager of the new Youth Rehabilitation through Entrepreneurship program. She is the recipient of a BA in Business Administration from the University of Jordan and a MBA in Business Administration from An-Najah National University.

What is the new program with which you are working?

With the support of the Qatar Fund for Development, TYO is pleased to introduce the Youth Rehabilitation through Entrepreneurship Program. According to the Palestinian Center for Bureau of Statistics, 51% of college graduates were unemployed at the beginning of 2016. TYO’s new Youth Rehabilitation through Entrepreneurship program was created to address the high percentage of unemployed youth in Nablus by targeting recent graduates ages 20-30 with new entrepreneurial ideas or with businesses that need help in their development. Training for the Youth Rehabilitation through Entrepreneurship program will cover managerial subjects including financial and strategic planning, creating a work plan and business plan, and bookkeeping. The program will also address other important skills such as English, computer skills, and pitching skills.

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