Training

Training

iEARN-Qatar

Project Id: 
Qatar-IQ
Summary: 

The International Education and Resource Network (iEARN) is a non-profit organization that connects schools and youth organizations worldwide via a virtual network to empower young people, encourage inter-scholastic collaboration, and debate world issues in real time.  iEARN-Qatar started in March 2008 as a pilot program

iEARN

iEARN (International Education and Resource Network) is a non-profit organization, made up of over 30,000 schools and youth organizations in more than 140 countries, that works to connect classroom learning with real world issues, and to work collaboratively to find solutions to these issues. 

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Global Citizen Corps (GCC)

Project Id: 
multi-country-GCC
Summary: 

The program’s goal is to inspire and equip an expanding network of young leaders to take informed actions that build and secure productive and just communities throughout the world.  Qatar joins a host of other nations in the network, including the United States, United Kingdom (Scotland), the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, and Indonesia.

In partnership with Mercy Corps, ROTA joined the Global Citizen Corps (GCC) in 2009.  The program’s goal is to inspire and equip an expanding network of young leaders to take informed actions that build and secure productive and just communities throughout the world.  Qatar joins a host of other nations in the network, including the United States, United Kingdom (Scotland), the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, and Indonesia. 

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Environmental Education Initiative for Primary and Secondary Pupils in Syria

Project Id: 
Syria-ENV
Summary: 

ROTA’s main focus in the Syria projects is to introduce formal and non-formal education in sustainable environmental behavior. The targeted populations of this program are students and teachers from primary, secondary, and universities, in the hopes of creating a joint awareness system to instill these morals and values towards the environment.

Syria is considered to be the “Cradle of Civilization,” with Damascus often thought to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.  With a recent influx of Iraqi refugees, the current education system is under extreme pressure.

Start Date: 
Wed, 06/30/2010 - 21:30
End Date: 
Sun, 09/29/2013 - 21:30
Beneficiaries
Direct Beneficiaries: 
20,000 (pupils from non-formal activities; pupils from formal training; teachers and educators
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Establishment of Two Human Development Resource Centers (HDRCs) in Union Council Nar Sher Ali Khan, Bagh, Azad Jumma and Kashmir, Pakistan

Project Id: 
Pakistan-IDPsHDRC
Summary: 
Based on the needs assessment, ROTA partner Hashoo Foundation proposed the establishment of two Vocational/Technical Training Centers called, ‘Human Development Resource Centers’ (HDRCs) in UC Nar Sher Ali Khan to train men and women separately. Each training center will offer six courses including vocational and technical and agricultural- based trainings. These trainings are based on the needs assessment and the natural resources available within the area.

Based on the needs assessment, ROTA partner Hashoo Foundation proposed the establishment of two Vocational / Technical Training Centers called, ‘Human Development Resource Centers’ (HDRCs) in UC Nar Sher Ali Khan to train men and women separately.

Start Date: 
Wed, 08/31/2011 - 21:30
End Date: 
Sun, 08/30/2015 - 21:30
Beneficiaries
Direct Beneficiaries: 
2000

Revitalizing Education and Building Peace in Post Conflict and Flood Affected Swat Valley

Project Id: 
Pakistan-Revital
Summary: 
This three-year initiative focused on implementing three priorities: restoring trust in government institutions, especially the education system; promoting social cohesion as a vehicle for peace-building; and applying Disaster Risk Reduction standards in school construction and educational programs.

This three-year initiative focused on implementing three priorities: restoring trust in government institutions, especially the education system; promoting social cohesion as a vehicle for peace-building; and applying Disaster Risk Reduction standards in school construction and educational programs.
 

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Start Date: 
Fri, 12/31/2010 - 21:30
End Date: 
Mon, 12/30/2013 - 21:30
Beneficiaries
Direct Beneficiaries: 
5,600 students, 280 teachers, 42 PTAs (7-10 members each) and approximately 3000 schools students (ages 11-15)
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Promotion of the Kampot Traditional Music and Dance School for Orphaned and Disabled children, Khmer Cultural Development Institute (KCDI)

Project Id: 
Cambodia-Kampot
Summary: 
The Kampot Traditional Music School, founded in 1994, provides cultural education, focusing on Khmer traditional music and dance and vocational training to approximately 30 underprivileged and socially vulnerable children as well as 170 children from the local community in the town of Kampot in Kampot Province.

The Kampot Traditional Music School, founded in 1994, provides cultural education, focusing on Khmer traditional music and dance and vocational training to approximately 30 underprivileged and socially vulnerable children as well as 170 children from the local community in the town of Kampot in Kampot Province.

Start Date: 
Sat, 02/28/2009 - 21:30
End Date: 
Mon, 01/30/2012 - 21:30
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Non-formal Education, Vocational Training, and Livelihood Support for Vulnerable Families in Cox’s Bazaar District

Project Id: 
Bangladesh-P1
Summary: 
Bangladesh has unfortunately suffered from a cycle of regular natural disasters, from flooding to yearly storms. ROTA’s efforts focused on Cox’s Bazar District in the country, and provided support for the most vulnerable members of the community.With Muslim Aid, ROTA launched three programs, targeting different elements of both education and disaster readiness. A detailed individual household assessment was carried out in Cox’s Bazar district highlighted the extreme poverty and vulnerability of the people and their need for humanitarian and employment support and services.

Bangladesh has unfortunately suffered from a cycle of regular natural disasters, from flooding to yearly storms. ROTA’s efforts focused on Cox’s Bazar District in the country, and provided support for the most vulnerable members of the community. With Muslim Aid, ROTA launched three programs, targeting different elements of both education and disaster readiness

Start Date: 
Mon, 05/31/2010 - 21:30
End Date: 
Wed, 04/30/2014 - 21:30
Beneficiaries
Direct Beneficiaries: 
8008
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Capacity Building Project

Project Id: 
Indonesia-CAPA
Summary: 
Improving the quality of the school management system; improving the capacity of staff and teachers; improving students’ performance; developing the school curriculum and implement a system for continuous curriculum improvement

Improving the quality of the school management system; improving the capacity of staff and teachers; improving students’ performance; developing the school curriculum and implement a system for continuous curriculum improvement.

 

Project Facts

 

Implementing Period:   1 October 2014- 30 September 2015
 

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Titian Foundation
 

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Reconstruction of Three Schools in Bayat Village, Klaten Region

Project Id: 
Indonesia-SCH1
Summary: 
In May 2006, an earthquake struck, ripping through Java killing 6,500 people and destroying homes and buildings, consequently affecting over one million people. The village of Bayat was one of the casualties of this disaster. With the beginning of the school year approaching, ROTA and its partners moved quickly to rebuild the kindergarten, primary and secondary school, while also providing make-shift structures for the interim period. The completed schools, build to earthquake resistant specifications, benefits over 1,000 students and also includes a hall for recreation activities, sporting grounds, and a library/community learning center, which won first prize as best library in the Klaten region.

In May 2006, an earthquake struck, ripping through Java killing 6,500 people and destroying homes and buildings, consequently affecting over one million people. The village of Bayat was one of the casualties of this disaster. With the beginning of the school year approaching, ROTA and its partners moved quickly to rebuild the kindergarten, primary and secondary school, while also providing make-shift structures for the interim period.

Start Date: 
Wed, 05/31/2006 - 21:30
End Date: 
Wed, 05/30/2007 - 21:30
Beneficiaries
Direct Beneficiaries: 
1000 students, 36 teachers and the Ministry of Education
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5

Construction of a Vocational School in Bayat, Klaten Region - SMKN1 ROTA Bayat

Project Id: 
Indonesia-VOCATIONAL
Summary: 
ROTA and its local partner Titian Foundation have rebuilt the school buildings using earthquake resistant specifications. Additionally, a state-of-the-art vocational school, SMKN 1 ROTA Bayat School, has been constructed as a Center of Excellence for teaching ceramics and batik, the traditional technique where melted wax is used to draw on cloth and dyed in a variety of colors.

ROTA and its local partner Titian Foundation have rebuilt the school buildings using earthquake resistant specifications.

End Date: 
Wed, 12/30/2009 - 21:30
Beneficiaries
Direct Beneficiaries: 
Number of beneficiaries: 400 students, and 50,000 community members
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