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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.

Adagio

Rami started learning music at the age of 8, when he joined the conservatory, he was also enrolled with the "Lebanese Art House" where he studied drawing.
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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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مطبخ اللاجئات

This small business project idea is a homemade catering which empowers refugee women in Lebanon.
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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:

Khaldoun

Khaldoun is Nawaya’s next phenomenal artist and fashion designer. He has been enrolled with Nawaya since 2015, and has benefited from a series of p...

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 ...

Moe

Moe has been with Nawaya since 2012, and has benefited from a series of workshops and trainings related to graffiti design led by talented artists suc...



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