youth | Projects
|Human capital development through developing technical and physical capacities|
Human capital development through developing technical and physical capacities of Muslim Aid Institute of Technologies (MAITs) in Jessore, Rangpur, Chittagong and Dhaka
|Bangladesh, Youth Development, Community Development|
|Literacy, Primary Education, and Community Development Program|
Turquoise Mountain and Reach Out to Asia (ROTA) entered into a three-year partnership in July 2008, for a total of US$ 355,637, designed to improve the lives of members of the local community in Murad Khane.
|Community Development, Afghanistan|
|Generation Amazing: Youth Development through Football in Pakistan|
ROTA has always believed that sports are an excellent platform to promote confidence-building, and personal and social development. Building on the excitement of the 2010 World Cup, ROTA and Mercy Corp developed a leadership program using football as the mechanism for delivering the initiative.
|Community Development, Pakistan, Sports|
|Expanding Educational and Livelihood Resources in the Terai, with a specific focus on ICT and Youth|
n partnership with Bill and Malinda Gates Foundation, ROTA through this project intends to expand education and Livelihood resources for communities in general and for youth in particular in 4 districts of Nepal. With special focus on ICT skills, the project aims to establish and upgrade 11 community centers which will create educational, social and economic opportunities for communities through community engagement. The project also aims to develop leadership skills among youth and prepare them for potential economic and social challenges.
|Youth Development, ICT for Education, Nepal|
|Move 4 New Horizon|
In June 2012, ROTA began supporting the second phase of the Move 4 New Horizons (M4NH II) project being implemented by Swiss Academy for Development (SAD) in Nepal. The ROTA co-funded project M4NH II is a follow-up to M4NH phase I, the award winning sport and play based concept.
|Community Development, Nepal|
|Generation Amazing: Youth Development through Football in Nepal|
Increasing opportunities for disadvantaged youth in Nepal to participate in football by improving access to facilities and training; harnessing the power of football to mobilize, educate, and address critical social issues by implementing awareness-raising activities in conjunction with football programming
|Community Development, Nepal, Non-Formal Education, Sports|
|Enhancing Non-Formal Education for Youth in Nahr El-Bared|
In May 2007, Nahr El-Bared Camp (NBC), a refugee camp of 40,000 Palestinians in northern Lebanon, was devastated by three months of fighting between Fatah Al-Islam militants and the Lebanese army. Up to 60% of the buildings and 80% of the homes were either severely or completely destroyed as a result of the shelling and bombing. More than 433 businesses were directly affected by the fighting, 4,976 jobs were lost, and unemployment rose to 80% compared to the 27% before the fighting. Now, three years later, many families still remain dependant on the distribution of food and supplies from humanitarian organizations.
|Lebanon, Non-Formal Education|
|Establishment of a Youth Centre in Al-Zubier District – Basra Governorate|
The project is to harness youth potential and talent to promote creativity, as well as a culture of peace and tolerance, amongst the youth through active engagement in sport and creative activities.
|Youth Development, Iraq|
|Construction of a State of the Art Intermediate School for Girls – Al-Fao District|
The project focuses on improving access of female students residing in seven villages to intermediate education and reducing the number of dropouts by at least 50%. Through creative activities and access to information technologies and training in essential skills, the project aims to help the girls realize their true potential and give them hope for a better future.
|Youth Development, Community Development, Iraq, School Construction Rehabilitation|