We would like to share with you some of the most beautiful moments of the last terms at the Levantine Institute of Tripoli and our latest updates with the Maan Center.
75 Students from all over the world (as far as Japan) made it to the LEVIT and joined our programs during Summer term 1 and 2 to improve their skills in both MSA and Levantine Arabic!
The academic year is starting with more than 30 students registered in our programs today, last month in September we had 5 classes running and 23 certifications were issued at the end of the term!
This term was very important for us with the launching of the Annual Program which has just started, it is still possible to join us for the 2 last trimesters of 2019 for 2990$ only, get in touch with our team if interested!
Hisham's testimony, click on the image right under to watch the video!
A message from our dear student Hesham!
Involve me and I will never forget!
Learning the Arabic names of local food and cooking process is best when it is applied hands on!
Learning Arabic is not limited to the classroom!
We are doing our best to make the term at the LEVIT unforgettable, our students have the chance to visit several historical and cultural places around the country and learn some local words, sentences and traditions. While learning a language, immersion into the culture is a must to get a deeper understanding of the language.
For the 3rd Edition of Likaat لقاءات on the 13th September 2018, we had a pleasure to host the Director Malek Rasamny who presented on “The Native and the Refugee” as well as screen some short films made during the course of the project.
On another hand. we had an Interactive Documentary presented on October 3rd. Filmed in 2015 in Cairo, “womanhood, an Egyptian Kaleidoscope” is an interactive documentary, an ABC on Gender. Presenting a kaleidoscope of 15 Egyptian women’s perspectives and personal narratives, the film works, along with the women involved, to shed light on chosen words.
NEWS FROM THE MAAN CENTER
As for every term, our students had the opportunity to volunteer at the Maan Center to help in teaching the unprivileged children with languages, drawing, maths, science, sports, and other topics!
38 Children from Syria are coming every day to Maan Center to get help with their homework and foreign languages!
3 Classes are opened for them, 3 full-timer staff and 11 volunteers from the LEVIT students are helping students improve their skills and knowledge!
We also started to offer a daily breakfast for all the Children at the center, thanks to the generous donation of Oeuvres d'Orient.
Last weekend we also took the children for a tour in Akkar for a day trip, they could swim, play and enjoy being a child. Our team, students and children had a great time together.
When you register with the Levantine Institute, you also finance the Maan Center and make sure tens of children will not be dropping out of school.
Partnership with Himaya
Himaya is a Lebanese Non-Governmental Organization dedicated to making child protection a right across Lebanon. Himaya also supports survivors of abuse and gives them the psychosocial support they need to overcome their experiences.
They will offer 2 sessions a week for both children and their parents on life skills, and social support.
This is it for today, we thank you for staying with us and we hope to see you soon at the LEVIT. For any enquiries about our programs and social projects drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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