RECOVER project facilitators during a training session on the participatory learning approach REFLECT, © DVV International
The Adult Education in Host Communities of Syrian Refugees project (RECOVER) is helping to address the refugee crisis by enhancing the capacity of three community-based organisations (CBOs) to cater for Syrian refugees, improve their living conditions and enable them to integrate and enter into an exchange with Jordanian communities in the host country. The participants are women, most of whom are heads of households and/or young mothers. The goals of RECOVER are to
The project is based on the need of the target groups and includes the following elements:
RECOVER uses the REFLECT methodology in which participants choose their training subjects based on their needs. Discussions lead to a training curriculum, allowing participants to talk about their reality (re-reading the reality), share their experiences and participate in finding solutions rather than having solutions forced on them from outside.
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