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Dear Friends and colleagues in the Middle East and North Africa,

Are you working in an Arab-speaking NGO?
…wishing to look critically at how well you are doing?

We have some good manuals in Arabic for you!


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Written by Networklearning and translated by the Beirut office of the National Democratic Institute are:

folder How to Build a Good Small NGO
(Because it is a big document, you can also download it in three sections)

gender-arabic

and:

folder Incorporating Gender into your NGO


Localized by Networklearning:

folder NGO Self-assesment through a SWOT exercise

folder How to Run a Workshop

folder Facts about Female Genital Mutilation

folder Caring for People with Physical Disabilities: Best Practice in Person-centred Care

folder Beginner’s Guide to NGO Financial Capacity

folder An Introduction to Human Rights in the Middle East & North Africa – a Guide for NGOs

folder Interviewing and Counselling at the Grass Roots

folder Refugees from MENA to Northern Europe: Pressures & Solutions

folder Key Information Sheet: Conflict Matters

folder Key Information Sheet: Advocacy

folder Finding Mental Health after Conflict

folder Simple Devices to Assist the Physically Disabled


Also by Networklearning, with volunteer translators:

folder A Guide to Fundraisingarabic-fundraising
(with thanks to Maytham Al Zubaidi and Asmaa Gillespie)


Colleagues in the Arab world have carried out a study into issues and useful approaches in the field of Domestic Violence. The resulting folder report is now available in PDF form from our library.


  folder Gender-Sensitive Indicators in Arabic, co-produced by the World Bank is available in PDF form from our library.


Another manual, produced by another NGO, will help you look at your money:
Mango's "Financial Health Check", also in Arabic.


Hesperian have a number of their manuals now translated into Arabic:

  • “Where there is no Doctor”
  • “Where Women have no Doctor”
  • ”Where there is no Dentist”
  • ”Special Education”
  • ”Disabled Village Children”

For the above titles, contact Ghanem Bibi 
Arab Resource Collective (ARC) Beirut
email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. web: www.mawared.org

  • “Helping Health Workers Learn”

Contact Abd Ilah Hussein 
Institute for Arab Research 
P.O. Box 13-5057
 (Chouran) Beirut, LEBANON 
Tel: 810055/6

  • “Helping Children Who Are Blind”

Contact Ashraf Mahrous, 
Compubraille, 
P.O. Box 156
, 76th Street #12 ,
El Mukattam, Cairo, 11571 
EGYPT 
Tel: 00202 25084152 

email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


New Tactics in Human Rights offers "A Resource for Practitioners" in Arabic, a collection of 100 stories of successful tactics used for human rights work all over the world – from prevention tactics to intervention tactics, restorative tactics to those that building human rights cultures and institutions.


Other websites with which you might want to keep in touch:

 


Let us know…

  • which manuals you need next in Arabic
  • about good websites to which we could link.

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