Burj Al-Luqluq launches the Jerusalem Leadership Program in cooperation with the United Nations Population Fund UNFPA
Burj Alluqluq Social Center Society launched “Azm Youth Program” at the beginning of September, which aims to enhance the social participation of youth and targets Jerusalemite youth in the city of Jerusalem.
This program focuses on young people who have experience in community work and seeks to develop their skills, ideas, and skills in order to be able to participate in the decision-making process.
30 young Jerusalemite men and women benefit from this program, whose ages range between 18-26 after the arbitrators conducted interviews with a group of young participants.
Program activities include leadership skills training, lobbying and advocacy, campaign management, and implementation of community initiatives.
It is reported that the program is part of the Forsa project financed through the United Nations Population Fund, UNFPA.