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HAYA Joint Programme to Eliminate Violence against Women: PCHR Starts Training Courses for Educational Institutions’ Staff

Ref: 02/2020 On Sunday, 19 January 2020, the Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR) started the first training course within HAYA Joint Programme “Awareness-Raising and Capacity Building for Educational Institutions’ Staff to Eliminate Violence against Women.”  The Program is implemented in cooperation with United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) to train teachers working in UNRWA schools across the Gaza Strip. The 25-hour training course is conducted over the course of 5 days, noting that the 15 training courses scheduled in the project’s first year (2019-2020) will target 400 members of the educational institutions.   This Training Course comes as part of a...

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