As part of its social and economic empowerment projects for young girls and women in Palestine, Jabal Al-Nar Club has announced the launch of a unique program called “Jahazat.” This program primarily aims to enhance economic and social empowerment while building and developing technical and material capabilities for the institution and its partners in the fields of social and economic support.
“Jahazat” program includes a series of intensive training sessions in various specialized areas related to business environments, entrepreneurship, and community leadership.
The program’s activities will be carried out in several governorates, including Nablus, Jenin, Tulkarm, Qalqilya, and Tubas, with a focus on various age groups of young women.
Over a two-year period, the program will provide participants with the necessary skills for entering the job market, empowering them with essential life and marketing skills to develop their individual income-generating projects. Additionally, the program will work on social empowerment, boosting their self-confidence and enhancing their life skills, thereby improving their relationships with the surrounding communities. It will also increase their chances of playing influential roles within local societies.
It’s worth noting that this program is implemented by Global Communities, with support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).