Civic Engagement projects funded by MEPI focused on CSO capacity building and advocacy, and civic education. Projects have aimed to strengthen local engagement, CSO national dialogue, voter ownership, leadership skills and NGO governance.
This presentation introduces participants to time management skills. It describes the benefits of time management, identifying SMART goals, highlighting the importance of planning and routine setting to achieve goals, and, finally, evaluating common time management tools.
Through this course, participants acquire basic financial skills that can help them manage their finances effectively and achieve greater financial stability and independence. It focuses on four main components: money fundamentals (What is money? What is its role? Value vs. cost? Needs vs. wants?), saving and budgeting, smart spending, and income and creating opportunities.
This guide provides a methodology for training and building active and influential community leadership. It highlights the formation of self-aware leaders who possess the capabilities of communication and teamwork, and who have a sense of the ability to solve problems at various local and regional levels. Project participants were activists from Taybeh and the Triangle region.
This presentation defines media literacy and the importance of media in our lives. It explains why and how we use media, and how it influences our life, in addition to describing types of content on social platforms and ways to deal with them. The presentation also highlights digital citizenship.
This presentation explains the concept of planning in general and planning for the future in particular, including the types, phases and characteristics of planning ahead. It provides details on applying the five key steps of future planning by focusing on the skills of self-recognition, identifying goals, setting priorities, organizing time and building practical plans.