Projects

Current Ongoing Projects

“Advocacy for Quality Physical Education in The Arab Region” Project

 “Advocacy for Quality Physical Education in the Arab Region” project started in July 2021 with the following objectives: 1)Raising awareness in the Arab region on the concept of Quality Physical Education and its policy brief. 2)Developing the capacities of youth from the Arab region to advocate for Quality Physical Education. 3)Supporting youth in developing advocacy activities on QPE. The project is funded by UNESCO and targets youth from all the Arab countries. It has three phases:

It starts with an online training on Quality Physical Education and the advocacy toolkit for youth, followed by a coaching phase for youth to design and implement advocacy campaigns on QPE. After that, two QPE sports national days will be organized, in Lebanon and in Jordan in collaboration with Desert Bloom. The projects ends with an online regional seminar involving different stakeholders from the sports field.

“Count Me In” Erasmus Plus Project

The project is a long-term training course through which partner organizations would
like to enhance the competences of their youth workers/coaches on the topic of inclusion and
gender mainstreaming, and to encourage them in becoming active in the Erasmus+ Youth
Programme and start engaging in sport for inclusion projects with each other, thus enhancing the
cooperation that will bring more youth from both side of Mediterranean to meet and exchange. The Project Consortium includes “IDare” Italy, “UCAM” Spain, “Chabibeh Club” Lebanon, “IDare” Jordan, “Metsakarano Youth Center” Finland, “Giosef Torino” Italy , “TIA” Hungary, “New Generation” Palestine, and “Goztepe” Turkey. The Long Term Training Course (LTTC) will:
● Address facilitation skills and techniques in international youth non-formal education
projects, with a focus on inclusion and gender;
● Provide a space for participants to develop tools and methods to use in sports for
development projects, to ensure inclusion and gender mainstreaming;
● Strengthen networking between participants and support future partnerships on inclusive
and gender sensitive sports for development projects within the Euromed context.

Dates
● Online phase: 28 June and 5 July 2021 (2 half days)
● Training in Italy:27/09 To 02/10 2021 (in case the situation does not permit, the training
will be done online)
● Training in Lebanon: 21/02 To 27/02 2022
● Online coaching phase throughout the project duration

“Rise Up Through Sports” 2021

The “Rise Up Through Sports” project was implemented by Chabibeh Club from February 2021 until June 2021. The project targeted children and teenagers from the Beirut Blast area and the surrounding and engaged youth in providing these children with Basketball, Football, Taekwondo, Arts, Crafts and Theatre activities. In addition, the project offered the “Line Up Live Up” UNODC youth crime prevention through sports program for youth from different regions. The “Line Up Live Up” UNODC programs falls within the framework of the Education for Justice initiative under UNODC’s Doha Declaration Global Programme. The project was funded by UNODC in partnership with UNFPA Lebanon and UNESCO Office in Beirut and implemented by Chabibeh Club in collaboration with Chafic Saeid Public School for Boys, Sawfar Municipality, Sawfar Public High School, Auberge Beity and مؤسسات الرعاية الاجتماعية


“ImPower Youth” Project 2020

Safeguard Challenge Outdoor Board Game

“ImPower Project” to “Educate, Engage and Empower Youth”. Project supported by UNICEF and funded by Germany through the German development bank KfW and the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and implemented by “SIDC” NGO in Lebanon, January 2020 to June 2020. Themes: Awareness Raising, Youth Initiatives, STIs, Substance Use.

Link to photos on our facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/pg/chabibehsportingclub/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1404568323074101&ref=page_internal

To find out more about the previous youth projects we have implemented in Lebanon, check the following document:

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