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دمج الأطفال ذوي الإعاقة مجتمعياً
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الحملة العالمية للتعليم
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الخطة الاستراتيجية
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التقرير المالي
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فينود راينا
Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
Project Citizen- 20 Students Celebrate the Completion of a project for Disabled Students
Project Citizen- 20 Students Celebrate the Completion of a project for Disabled Students
Jenin- Ma’an- the 9th grade students at the UNRWA Arabeh Elementary School for Girls celebrated the completion of their project in establishing a rehabilitation and capacity-building center, serving 270 disabled citizens in Arabeh village, located to the South West of Jenin City. The celebration was held in the center’s hall in the city, as part of the Project Citizen, implemented by the Teacher Creativity Center and adopted by the Palestinian Red Crescent Society in partnership with the Arabeh municipality.  
Twenty students at the school investigated the idea; Alia Assaf, the coordinator of 9th grade students, said that they started searching for a problem that concerns the local community, and via investigating the needs and establishing dialogue with the community, the idea of establishing a center that provides services to disabled students was adopted.   
Assaf added, I presented the idea to numerous civil society institutions, and eventually the Palestinian Red Crescent Society not only adopted the idea but facilitated it’s completion by providing qualified workers to serve disabled citizens; additionally, the municipality of Arabeh took upon itself to pay half the salary of the workers in the center. 
The students divided themselves into four groups; the first group handled the statistical part to determine the number of disabled students in the village, the second group determined the public policies to be implemented, the third group produced alternative policies, while the final group did the actual implementation, such that the collective effort of all four groups brought about the establishment of the rehabilitation and capacity-building center; Assaf clarified also that the official opening would take place in a few days with the presence of notable personas. 
Nada Assaf, a student, expressed her pride with their accomplishment, especially after all the effort the students invested to transform this project from papers to reality. Another student, Rand Lahlouh, called for the development of the project since it targets and improves the conditions the most important sector of citizens in the Palestinian community. 
The principal of the school, Kifah Amara, said that the project came into being after intensive hard work over the course of months, and it is due to the cooperation of the Red Crescent that this dream of the girls became a reality. Amara added that active participation, leadership, and volunteer work are one of the pillars of the citizenship concept.   
Samar Jabber, the coordinator of the Project Citizen in the UNRWA, pointed out that Project Citizen seeks to induce change in the society through viable methods, ensuring democracy, law sovereignty, and the safeguard of human rights; Jabber added that the project also seeks to develop the degree of commitment among students to practice effective citizenship by providing the students with the needed information, skills, and expertise. 
Hale Nubba, the coordinator of the Project Citizen at the Teacher Creativity Center, said that Project Citizen was initiated in 2005, influencing more than 12000 students until nowadays; Nubba added that in 2011, approximately 400 schools, in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, participated in the project. Nubba emphasized that the distinguishing point of this project was its implementation in eight regional countries, including Palestine to accomplish numerous results, most importantly fortifying and empowering the local community by determining the needs and priorities of children, and increase provided services and participation in planning and decision-making.  
Refaat Sabbah, the General Director at the Teacher Creativity Center, pointed out that the Project Citizen was able to produce a giving generation that has the ability to integrate in the society, in spite of the challenges to enhance commitment, values supremacy, and constructive positive attitudes among the community.