- Created on Tuesday, 30 June 2015 07:45
SAD’s “Women on the Move” project is aimed at women in South Sudan who are traumatised by war and violence. The video report shows how the “Women on the Move” learn to deal with the past and to regain a foothold on daily life. Sport and play activities are key.
- Created on Monday, 29 June 2015 14:41
The handbook “Women on the Move – Trauma-informed interventions based on Sport and Play” is a product of the sport and play-based “Women on the Move” project, which is aimed at women in South Sudan who are traumatised by civil war and violence. Most of the recommendations and suggestions in the manual are universally applicable and relevant to everybody working on sport and play-based programmes with traumatised people. In this interview co-author Pia Ammann outlines how the handbook came about and how it supports practitioners.
- Created on Monday, 30 March 2015 14:40
Four years ago, the Arab revolution reached Egypt. Tahrir Square became a symbol of a more democratic, more just Egypt, and a symbol of the resistance against autocratic leaders. Young people in particular had high hopes for the revolution. However, over 40 percent of young people are still without jobs now. According to the latest figures, youth unemployment has significantly increased over the past few years. With the “Youth Innovation Fund Egypt” SAD gives young Egyptians work, and supports them in developing hope for the future. The unemployed young people develop their own environmentally sustainable business ideas, and receive support from SAD and its partner organisations when they implement them. The first training course has been running since February.