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A design thinking and business development training program designed to support unemployed Lebanese and refugee youth by helping them develop innovative, income-generating solutions to problems in their communities.

Mfak Baraghe

"Mfak Baraghi", or "Screw Driver" in English, is a small enterprise which provides a team of experienced workers for fast and reliable maintenance and refurbishment services.
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Karroussa

Karroussa is a theatrical production which includes refugee and non-refugee cast and crew. The plays will be themed around traditions and culture from Syria, Palestine and Lebanon to help bridge the gap between these three nationalities living in Lebanon.
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Life Under The Bridge

This youth team want to create a folding chair, storage and tent for homeless people to provide them with basic shelter, protection and privacy needs.
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SE Factory is a 14-week intensive coding bootcamp, targeting youth with a computer science background and helping them acquire the necessary practical, technical and soft skills to compete in the Lebanese job market.

Nawaya's Talent Program connects promising youth from low-income backgrounds to resources such as mentors, trainers, classes, funding, internships, and job opportunities. Over the past few years, Nawaya has supported dozens of youth in developing their talents. Here are some of our youth success stories:

Hovsep

Hovsep is an inspiring violinist and musician who has been with Nawaya since 2013. Upon learning about his talent, Nawaya enrolled him in the Lebanes...

Nadeen

In 2012, after discovering that Nadeen, Nawaya’s inspiration, relocated to Beirut and was dreaming of going to fashion school, Nawaya enrolled her i...

Rana

Rana has been enrolled with Nawaya since 2011. She started off with a passion for art, so we enrolled her in art classes at Busy Box Arts and Crafts ...



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