Female Mentoring

 
Leadership Session for ANA HUNNA Mentees Leadership Session for ANA HUNNA Mentees

To promote self-employment and entrepreneurship among female Jordanian ANA HUNNA student mentees a training session on “Emerging Leaders: Young Women as Job Creators” was delivered. The session addressed mentees who were about to graduate and interested in starting their own business. Mentees acquired skills for job creation and learned e.g. about the power behind goal […]

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ANA HUNNA Female Mentoring Networking Event: Talent Show & Dialogue with Jordanian Female Role Model

The Center for Women’s Studies (CWS) Jordan hosted an event to create networking opportunities amongst mentees in Amman. Mentees expressed their understanding of mentoring through showcasing their ideas in different artistic forms: They presented short-clip videos tackling their mentoring experience or performed scenes, while their ideas were captured and assessed by a committee. Prof. Hala […]

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L’approche Mentoring Féminin ANA HUNNA reconduite pour une seconde édition par l’Université Hassan 1er de Settat

Officiellement lancée le mercredi 20 décembre 2017, cette deuxième édition prend une véritable dimension institutionnelle. Après le franc succès de la première édition mise en œuvre en partenariat avec le programme EconoWin« Intégration économique de la femme dans la région MENA », l’Université Hassan 1er a intégré aujourd’hui le Mentoring Féminin ANA HUNNA dans ses […]

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Mentoring féminin ANA HUNNA : Session de travail avec l’Université Hassan Premier

Modérée par EconoWin le mercredi 25 octobre 2017, la rencontre a réuni l’équipe de l’Université Hassan 1er de Settat  ainsi que de l’équipe de projet de l’association Tanmia.ma en vue de reconduire l’approche du Mentoring Féminin pour une nouvelle édition, et de compléter l’expertise ANA HUNNA résidant au sein de l’association. Les différents discussions et […]

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Girls’ Year 2017: What was in for girls, companies, mentors and teachers?

EconoWin and the “Schools of the Future” (PASCH) initiative at the Goethe-Institute branches in Cairo and Alexandria are celebrating the culmination of “Girls‘ Year 2017”; a joint pilot project enhancing the professional orientation of Egyptian girls during the current year. On April 27th 2017, 100 female Egyptian tenth graders sampled the world of work during […]

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ANA HUNNA Female Mentoring in Jordan: Widening professional Horizons

ANA HUNNA Jordan is running its second round of female mentoring in cooperation with the University of Jordan’s Center for Women’s Studies, involving 24 inspirational tandems. Mentees get the chance to widen their networks and to benefit from a personalized development opportunity, in addition to developing new skills to enhance their self-confidence and motivation to […]

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“It is time to drop stereotypes.”

ANA HUNNA Mentors Share Insights during Interactive Session with Media “It is time to drop stereotypes. Bringing professional women forward is a must and ANA HUNNA female mentoring project is a great model to exhibit this” says Dr. Lina Jazzrawi, a freelancer, researcher, trainer and AH mentor in this years’ ANA HUNNA mentoring round. During […]

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Girl Power: Ready To Claim the Future

Kick-off Event launches start of Mentoring Program: ANA HUNNA mentors meet their mentees, the “power women” of tomorrow for the first time. On July 17th, Maha met Zeina. Maha is a renowned journalist in Egypt. Zeina is in 9th grade and dreams of becoming a film maker. Maha is a strong and successful female professional […]

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ANA HUNNA Female Mentoring Power Walk: fast feet to success

Text inspired by Rand Barham and Nadia Darwish  “ANA HUNNA Female Mentoring project is a magnificent experience. Having an experienced professional female mentor is amazing”, the mentees Rand and Nadia agree. In the year-long relationship between mentee and mentor, a road-map towards pursuing future aspirations is set up early on. On the mentoring journey, a […]

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Girls’ Day around the year

Young female students will discover the professional world throughout their summer break Girls’ Day provides female high school students with an opportunity to shadow some companies’ employees during their daily tasks in fields that are often male-dominated, enhancing the professional orientation of the participating girls. In Cairo and Alexandria, over 100 girls participated in more […]

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