Cornerstone of Building my Confidence

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By Rojeena R. (DYLEP 2017 Participant)

The first time I got involved with DYLEP after getting accepted as a DYLEP 2017 finalist was when we were working on the Lollipop Campaign. They were the first couple of days from the first module and we already started team working to accomplish change, and the Lollipop Campaign was only a start. They were these days and the motivating and inspiring people I worked with that made me realize I want to do more to build my country, because that’s where I find myself. Continue reading

My DYLEP Experiences

By Maryam A. (DYLEP 2016 Participant)

reflection-maryam.PNGIt’s been two years since I finished the program and although that, I’m barely touching the big changes that have occurred in my life and stuck in it. That most of the activities of the study that we do for a certain period, such as the school year, after the end of the school year in a short period of time we remember only the things that we acquired in a distinctive way and stuck in our mind, but the program and all sections of DYLEP with the information provided to us  in a distinctive and useful way this what made us relate to it and what we learned even after a long time to graduate from the program. Continue reading

Rojeena’s Dialogue Group

Image uploaded from iOS (3)By Rojeena R. (DYLEP 2017 Participant)

Before DYLEP, all I had were wishes that someday my community would get better, I always dreamt of a community where women are respected as much as men are, where no one’s abilities are underestimated, and where one is all and all is one, but I would never think that I can be a part of making that possible, so all I did was admire people who were at least trying to make a change, because it was something I hadn’t had enough courage to do. Continue reading

My Story

By Ahmed A. (DYLEP 2016 Participant)

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I don’t know how I’m supposed to describe the whole experience in just one paragraph because there are so many things to talk about but through this short story, I’ll try to explain to you how great it was to be part of this program and to be part of DYLEP’s family. Continue reading