Target Program

Target Project

FAWCO Target Program Education

FAWCO Target Program 2016-2019
Education - Empowering Women and Girls through Knowledge and Skills

 

FAWCO Target Project

 

The FAWCO Target Project is a 2-year investment by the FAWCO Community to empower women and girls. 
On April 1, 2017, Hope Beyond Displacement was announced as the 2017-2019 Target Project for Education at the FAWCO Biennial Conference in Mumbai, India. 

 

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Hope Beyond Displacement aims to build better futures through education, vocational and leadership training for refugee women and girls in Amman, Jordan. It is an initiative of the Collateral Repair Project (CRP) designed to address the pressing issues identified in close consultation with the women they serve.

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Located in Amman, Jordan, Collateral Repair Project is a grassroots effort to bring much-needed assistance to refugees and other victims of war and conflict - those commonly referred to as "collateral damage". They operate numerous programs focusing on community building, education and emergency aid.

Reality

More than one-third of school-aged Syrian children registered with the United Nations refugee agency in Jordan (over 80,000 out of 226,000 children) were not in formal education during the 2016/17 school year.

Refugees may not work in Jordan, contributing to the more than 86% of Syrian refugees living there in poverty.

Displacement, loss of status and control over life choices, and the fact that most refugees are forbidden from working, all contribute to a sense of hopelessness and lack of empowerment particularly for women. While displacement forces them to negotiate new and difficult roles, they are often hindered by their lack of confidence in their ability to effect change and commonly face increased risks due to harmful coping strategies they or their spouses may adopt which often contribute to family violence. Hope Beyond Displacement addresses four pressing issues identified in close consultation with the women CRP serves:

1. ensuring better educational support for their children
2. accessing sources of income through vocational training
3. better managing the threat of violence in their families and
4. learning and developing leadership and advocacy skills

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The project addresses these issues through targeted training and educational programs, and through tangible opportunities for advocacy and leadership. To ensure the sense of ownership and investment that will be integral for the longevity, sustainability, and success of the project, community members will be involved at every stage. 

 

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Girls’ Education 
- enrollment of 100+ girls in school each year and 120 girls in the SuperGirls after school enrichment program.

Women’s Vocational Training - 120 women will complete the International Computer Driving License (ICDL) computer skills training, and 45 women and girls who have their ICDL will be taught computer coding. In addition, 60 women will complete an economic empowerment program which provides training in cosmetology and self-employment skills. Providing 180 women skills to generate income!

Women’s Leadership - participation of 160 women in the Women’s Empowerment 101 Program and 160 men and youth in gender-based violence training; 20 will continue on in Training the Trainer workshops; 90 women, men and youths will participate in the Leadership in Action program.

 

 

The FAWCO Foundation's Backing Women Fundraising Campaign supports the Target Project: Administering funds raised by clubs at local club and regional events; Raising money through sales in their Backing Women Boutique, raffles and auctions; Conducting giving campaigns, like matching grants. 

Our goal is to raise $125,000 by February 2019!

 

 

 

10-Minute Video Introducing CRP and Hope Beyond Displacement
 
10-minute introduction video by Amanda Lane, Executive Director of CRP
explaining their work and the impact FAWCO support will have on those they serve. 

 

Target Project Updates

Project Updates are reported in the monthly Target Bulletin and in a quarterly blog post from Executive Director, Amanda Lane.
Here are links to both: Target Bulletin Archives; Education Blog, Let’s Get Schooled

Sign up for the monthly Target Bulletin atbit.ly/TargetBulletinSignUp.

Scroll down to find the 2017 Annual Report, Monthly Reports and more video.

Events

Target Project Site Visit in April 2018 - The tour is fully booked. 

World Refugee Day - June 20th - “We Came by Choice; What if it were by Force?”
Our Target Project, Hope Beyond Displacement, seeks to build better futures for refugee women and girls.
Let’s show our solidarity!  We invite all FAWCO and FAUSA members to raise awareness! 

Target Project Promotion

Would you like to promote Hope Beyond Displacement to your club members?
If you would like to schedule a presentation (live or via skype), please contact Tricia R. Saur, Target Chair at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

You are welcome to download and share these materials.

 

HBD Fundraising Flyerpgn of TP Flyer for HBD  
Hope Beyond Displacement 1-Pager (A4)                            Hope Beyond Displacement Fundraising Flyer (A5)
 

 

Looking for something else?  Contact: Tricia R. Saur, Target Chair at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


Annual and Monthly Reports / Video

 

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2017 Hope Beyond Displacement Annual Report

 

SuperGirls Video

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Super Girls Video on Youtube - January 9, 2018

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2017.12 update

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017.11 update

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017.10 Update

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Summary of Project Selection

In May 2016, a call for applications was made for the 2017-2019 FAWCO Target Project. By the September 30th deadline, eighteen applications had been submitted. A seven-member Selection Committee comprised of a cross section of FAWCO members reviewed each proposal. The committee announced a shortlist of three projects on January 6, 2017 and Member Clubs cast their votes in February 2017.  Hope Beyond Displacement, was announced as the new Target Project at the FAWCO Biennial Conference in Mumbai, India on April 1, 2017. 

 

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