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Deir Ammar Students Demand a Club for Girls
Deir Ammar Students Demand a Club for Girls
Ramallah- Maan- the Teacher Creativity Center, in cooperation with the Women Affairs Technical Committee (WATC) and the United Nations Work and Relief Agency (UNRWA) finalized a 2-day intensive training workshop for 9th grade students in Deir Ammar Secondary School for Girls in campaign management and lobbying and advocacy mechanisms at the Palestinian Red Crescent Society. 
Journalists Lubna Ashqar and Amal Juma’ from WATC handled the campaign management and lobbying and advocacy mechanisms training, which culminated during the 2nd day with the production of working plans to be implemented in Deir Ammar Refugee Camp to establish an athletic cultural club for girls via applying pressure on officials. 
The training workshop was opened by the general director of the TCC, Mr. Refaat Sabbah, and the general director of WATC, Mrs. Soraida Abed Hussein in the presence of 50 students and the administration of the school represented by Mrs. Hana’ Jabber. 
In his statement, Sabbah thanked the UNRWA for their continuous cooperation with the center in implementing extracurricular activities and projects, contributing to mainstreaming democracy concepts among students; additionally, he praised the role of WATC and their cooperation in training the students in lobbying and advocacy mechanisms, adding that “Yes She Can” is the first step to fulfill the practical needs and aspirations of the students.

In her statement, Abed Hussein expressed her happiness for the ability to bring this number of girls, and disseminate the basic concepts of citizenship; additionally, she addressed the students, emphasizing that they are the future of Palestine and finally highlighted the main topics to be handled in the 2-day training. 

The principal of the school added that the students were able in one and a half month to express their needs and safeguard their issues due to the training received from the TCC, adding that there is concrete academic and social development among the students specifically concerning the value of responsibility.    
Shorouq Mohammad, one of the participating students, said that now she is able to represent and express her needs, adding that now she is capable of depending on herself due to the high self esteem she acquired and that she will invest all the training for the sake of succeeding this campaign with the support of the local community, which mainly seeks to establish an athletic cultural club for girls. 
Mrs. Hala Qubbaj, manager of the civic education program at the TCC, emphasized that the demand of the girls comes within the proceedings of the project “Yes She Can” which aims at empowering women in different geographical locations in Palestine and aiding women to be able to represent and safeguard issues they consider to be important. 
Qubbaj added that the project seeks to provide students with knowledge concerning leadership and gender issues, and disseminate the action-learning methodology, in addition to empower them in campaign management strategies. Qubbaj also emphasized the importance of working on projects that support women in the Palestinian community, such that they become leaders and creative; adding that it is highly important to accomplish mobilization of the community to support women issues to advance the status of Palestinian women.