Etijah

About ETIJAH

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Etijah’s primary concern is to create and tailor up-to-date and high-quality development methodologies, research tools, applicable practices of youth development and training delivery models, to be able to qualify youth by providing them with the skills, know-how and aptitudes, as well as contribute in building the capacity of governmental and non-governmental youth-serving organizations. Our role is to provide youth with direct access to unconditional participation by providing them with practical tools and models for developing community-wide initiatives.

Youth and Development Consultancy Institute (Etijah) is a specialized institute in developing, improving and disseminating development methodologies in the field of youth and community development. Based in Cairo, the institute was founded in 2006 and registered on August 16th, 2006 (registration No. 6638), under the Egyptian Law No. 84/2002 on Non-Governmental Organizations.

Mr. Hisham El Rouby is the President & CEO of Etijah.

 

 

 

 

Contact Us:

Etijah is very keen on keeping the communication channels open with all the Egyptian youth and those concerned with or interested in youth and development. We consider the feedback we receive from our associates and volunteers working with us to be very useful and important to further improve and enhance our work. Please do not hesitate to contact us to share your ideas and vision with us, to receive further information about our projects and activities, or for any other reason whatever that Reason might be. All your messages are kindly welcomed by us.

Address: 14 El Ouboor Bldg, Salah Salem Rd, Cairo, Egypt.

Phone: 27 / 57 105 226 20+.

Website: http://www.Etijah.org/index.php?id=home

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