RESMYLE engages 12 young people to promote the cultural identity and natural heritage of Tyre Caza in Lebanon

November 9, 2021
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The participants of the RESMYLE International field workshop Valorization of the Cultural identity and Natural Heritage in villages of Tyre Caza are 12 youth NEETs from 3 countries: Jordan (2), Lebanon (9), and Tunisia (1).

The importance of the Workshop is in line with the Strategic Sustainable Regional Development Plan for the Tyr of Caza elaborated in 2015 where the support of ecotourism is one of the main objectives and the creation of these kind of itinerary is considered as priority project of the Union of Municipality.

The first branch of the workshop will be informative (educational) where participants will develop technical knowledge related to the workshop thematic and acquire the hard skills and as well in this period the workshop team will be working with the participants on group creations and group dynamics.

The workshop is part of RESMYLE project – Rethinking employment and social inclusion of Mediterranean youth through sustainable development – funded by the European Union’s ENI CBC MED programme.

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Countries covered:

  • Lebanon