Palestinian Youth action Center For Community Development- LAYLA-
Laylac center, and in a collaboration with Al-Quds Open University has welcomed the fourth group of social service students in a meeting, which the students presented their projects in front of the education institution. This meeting was attended by the chancellor of Al-Quds Open University Dr. Ali Salah, and Dr. Muhammad Farahat, and Prof. Yazan Al-lahham, Prof. Majdi Deif, Prof. Yasser Zboun, and the head of Laylac Center Prof. Ziad Faraj, and Mr. Naji Owdeh the executive administrator of Laylac.
At the beginning of the meeting, Prof. Yazan gave a brief presentation about the all projects in general. After, the chancellor of Al-Quds Open University Dr. Ali Salah welcomed the attendees from the students and the professors and Laylac center. Also, he appreciated the hard work of the professors with the student during the whole year, as well as he appreciated hard work of the students, specifically in the fourth training with Laylac Association. Thereafter, Professor Ziad Faraj has presented the Social Service Program that Laylac provide for the students. He describes the ideology of this program and its aims, as well as the coordination of Laylac center with other international universities regarding to the same training. Also he talk about the agreements that Laylac center is going to draw with international universities in Europe.
Furthermore, the five groups represented their projects they have established before under a supervision of Laylac Center as following:
The first group: The restoration of Al-Rebat kindergarten – Dheisheh Refugee Camp.
The second group: Establish a garden in Mohammad Saied Kamal for neurological diseases.
The third group: Establish a garden in Al-Quds Open University- Bet Jala.
The fourth group: A restoration of a part of Heritage Center- Irtas village.
The fifth group: The restoration of Martyrs’ Cemetery – Dheisheh Camp.
All the students have presented their initiatives in front of the professors and Laylac Center Administrators using a project for videos and pictures. It’s worth mentioning that the students who took the fourth training were 30 students. In the conclusion of the meeting, Laylac center by its representatives expressed their ability and readiness to welcome more groups of social service students during this year and after.