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SCOPE Community Awareness Raising Projects Up and Working | scope | 11 Jan 2018


By the end of 2017, all five projects funded in the framework of Raisin Community Awareness component of SCOPE program are underway. Projects durations vary from 6 to 8 months. Special attention is paid to gender balance in groups. 


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Hour of Code training for students of school 33 in Vinnytsia | idea | 19 Dec 2017


On December 19, 2017, the trainer of the NGO "Parostok" (Sprout) conducted a "Hour of Code" training for 18 students of the 7th grade of the secondary school №33 in Vinnytsia. The training was conducted within the framework of the IDEA Project Powered by Microsoft YouthSpark. The training was aimed at familiarizing students with the basics of programming, while using simple examples explained by well-known people in the field of computer science, and not only. During the training, the students, on their own example, were able to make sure that everyone, if desired, can master the basics of programming.
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Media about BLSP | blsp | 14 Dec 2017


PH International in cooperation with the Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Education  from  Herzegovina Neretva and Zenica Doboj Canton, works on the project of juvenile delinquency. In the implementation of this project participate two schools from Mostar, Ivana Gundulica and Fourth Elemnetary School. The project is funded by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) and it will last for two years.


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The Importance of Civic Education: Students Present Projects & Result | mt | 13 Dec 2017


At the presentation held in Tbilisi’s Public School N186 on Wednesday, students presented their projects realized within the school’s civics club Delta, attended by representatives of the PH International Georgia office, and Laura B. Berger, USAID Georgia’s Democracy, Governance and Social Development Office Deputy Director, who, after being introduced to the students projects, answered their questions about the importance of civics education, sharing with them the existing practices, examples and experiences of civic participation of youth in the US.


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New initiatives for schools - Legal Culture, Forensics’ and Science and more | scope | 29 Nov 2017


The representatives of the schools from Mtskheta, Gori, Pankisi and Tbilisi took great interest in the initiatives of SCOPE school programs for the goal of preventing juvenile delinquency, for supporting the community activities of the police and for offering students a window into certain roles and career paths. 


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Computing training for students of National University of Water and Nature Management | idea | 21 Nov 2017


On November 21, 2017, IDEA Rivne Training Center conducted a workshop for students of National University of Water and Nature Management. During the seminar, participants got acquainted with free online resources for self-education as well as improved their skills in the field of civic education, and computing and programing skills. The youth was especially interested in finding new educational opportunities in the field of programming and entrepreneurship, because, according to the youth, these areas are among the most promising in the labor market.
The training took place thanks to the IDEA Project Powered by Microsoft YouthSpark".
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ACPI Launches Third Programmatic Year | acpi | 21 Nov 2017


This fall ACPI started a new, third programmatic year and presented upcoming activities at the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of Adjara Autonomous Republic


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Agreements Signed to Implement Community Awareness Activities in Regions | scope | 21 Nov 2017


On November 6, Schools, Community and Police Engagement – Georgia (SCOPE) held a cluster meeting for its Raising Community Awareness component participants. PH International provides sub grants to five local NGOs to implement the final component of SCOPE.


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Nor Hachn Access Students Hosting High-Profile Guests | access am | 16 Nov 2017


On November 16, 2017, the Access students in Nor Hachn, Armenia hosted a group of international and local guests: Mr. John Silver, the Regional English Language Officer from Kiev, Mr. Anthony Tranchina, a State Department Representative from Washington, D.C., Ms. Hasmik Mikayelyan of the US Embassy in Yerevan, and Ms. Mariam Martirosyan, Armenia Country Director of Project Harmony International.
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