members of the School Committees recognize the International
Declarations and Conventions related to children and human
rights and Egypt’s “Child Law”.
teachers identify the CRC and Egypt’s “Child Law", and they
realize the need for equality between boys and girls and respect
the rights of girls.
parents are aware of the importance of equality between boys and
girls and on the CRC and Egypt’s “Child Law. Also parents were
taught how to deal with their children at home by respecting
their views and helping them make decisions by themselves.
are aware of the importance of equality and participation
Children realize their right to be treated gently, free from
violence, whether by teachers or parents. Also, children know to
treat those younger than them gently.
Children are aware about the importance of respecting nature.
children wrote 51 stories and drew 110 pictures expressing their
evaluation was used for children to understand the prevailing
stereotypes associated to each gender in the work place.
Children realized the meaning of democracy and participation, so
they proposed to arrange for election in the group.
Participation of children in preparation for the trips, camps,
exhibitions, parties and visit exchanges that were part of the
children produced four animated films expressing their rights.
The children were completely in charge of writing, drawing, and
shooting the films.
children found five problems they faced (inside or outside the
school) and found solution to these problems. One of these
solutions included building a fence of trees around a garden at
Damisher-2 school to help preserve the children’s flowers. The
children built this fence with the help of the committee
Holding three children’s camps to plant trees and clean schools.
Five trips and four visit exchanges between schools were also
conducted to help spread loyalty and companionship between the
children of different schools.