Aida Youth Center


General Information


Type of Organization:

Private

Acronym:

AYC

Governorate:

Bethlehem

Establishment Year:

1968

Address:

A'yda refugee camp / Al Bandak street-next to Al Awdeh Key "Return key"

Telephone:

02-2770877

Website:

www.key1948.org

Fax:

02-2770877

E-mail:


Person in Charge

Name:

Mohammad Lutfi Ahmad Youssef

Position:

Project Coordinator

Telephone:

02-2770877

Mobile:

0598153506

E-mail:

habashe88@hotmail.com

Staff:

Psychologist (0) Social Worker (1) Community Worker (1)

Mission & Goals


Mission:

Enable young men and women to take a leadership, creative and pioneer role to serve the community of all categories and the participation of everyone to contribute to changing the harsh reality of refugees and improve their conditions and increase awareness of local and global societies to alleviate the suffering of refugees and provide better programs and activities for people in the camp and young people. Emphasizing the values of honesty and responsibility, and transparency and constructive participation of everyone for achieving this change.


Goals:

1 - To raise awareness at the local and global community of the suffering of the Palestinian people, especially refugees, to achieve justice and challenge injustices by building local and international partnerships to achieve this.
2 - Rebuilding the administrative system and the development of the administrative capacity of the staff, with focus on the ability to raise funds for the center and create a network of domestic and international relations.
3 - Find a suitable environment and investment in infrastructure to host the Center's activities to ensure sustainability.
4 - Involving young people in the design of projects responsive to the needs of people of the camp. And organizing creative and innovative events and activities in to serve the people and the national cause.
5 - Enabling young leaders for the future

Target Groups


ChildrenYouthWomenMenElderlyFamilies

Activities / Interventions


Facilitation of conditions for community local
Support for emergency relief that is initiated by the community
Strengthening of community and family support
Support for social support activities that are initiated by the community
Structured recreational or creative activities
Safe spaces
Child & Youth friendly spaces
Psychosocial support in education
Psychosocial support to student teachers

Time of implementation:

Morning

Place of implementation:

CenterHomeSchoolClinicCommunity

Geographical Distribution of the Services / Activities:

Camp

Cost of the services provided:

Free

Mental and Behavioral Disorders


Training


1 - Sexual and reproductive health.
2 - Family relations.
3 - Adolescence.
4 - Violence.
5 - Gender.
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