While the March activities of the project ′′Reintegration – support for sustainable (re)integration of returnees in Serbia′′ are being held according to the plan, we would like to take a look back and remind ourselves of the activities that took place in February.
After a short break, workshops were restarted in the good neighbourhood clubs in Novi Pazar, Sjenica and Tutin, to the general delight of children and parents from the returnee population. The workshops were extremely well received and attended, and two coverages were broadcasted by national and regional TV stations.
At language workshops, children learned Serbo-Bosnian, French, English and German language through interactive games and interesting tasks.
At mathematics classes, they learned more about the polygon, pyramid with support in mastering school materials and homework.
At biology lessons, they could learn about the animal communication, bioluminescence, aposematic coloration, vocalization, cells…and through the outdoor lessons children learned about spiders and their way of life and hunting.
Learning about graphic design and verbal/non-verbal communication skills, children got familiar with the process of creating personal identity and had the chance to practice performing in front of the camera, with the help of the national television crew members.
Grants for self-employment
Contracts on granting subsidies for self-employment with 45 beneficiaries were solemnly signed in the past months, the beneficiaries had the opportunity to attend intensive business trainings and prepare a business plan, and 45 beneficiaries were supported in the realization of their idea through the allocation of funds for its implementation.
The value of grants per beneficiary is up to 3,000 euros. A total of 19 users from Novi Pazar were supported, 12 from Tutin and 14 users from Sjenica, of which 11 women received funds to start their own business. Within the project, another 45 grants will be awarded in the coming period, which makes a total of 90 awarded grants provided by the project. Some of the supported ideas are work on a CNC machine, opening of light textile production, painting and construction works.
We regularly collected personal stories of users who attended business trainings and reported on them.
Seminar -“Supportive workshop – a guide to the implementation of the efficient learning strategies in teaching” took place in Novi Pazar on February 27th and 28th, 2021.
43 participants – a lecturers from Novi Pazar, Sjenica and Tutin, engaged in the project – had the opportunity to expand their knowledge on the implementation of more effective learning strategies in teaching through an accredited program from the ZUOV (Institute for the Improvement of the Education and Upbringing) catalogue for the needs of professional improvement of teachers.
As the part of the Ministry of Education catalogue, this program refers to continuous education of the teachers, educators and professional associates, through providing support in trainings, in order to improve overall teaching and upbringing of children.
The seminar structure has been adjusted according to the needs of teachers and students in difficult conditions of the pandemic (shortened duration of classes, online classes, lack of continuity in work, etc.), to facilitate teaching and activate children’s capacity. The seminar program was based on learning scientific research and experiences of good practices from the neuropsychology domain in school. Through this seminar, the teaching staff engaged in the project as workshops gained additional knowledge that will help them adjust the methodology of working with children.
Project ′′Reintegration – support for sustainable (re) integration of returnees in Serbia′′ is funded by Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development of the Republic of Germany (BMZ) .
Project holder is ASB South East Europe, IDC Serbia is the implementer of the project, and partners on the project are City of Novi Pazar, Municipality Sjenica, Municipality Tutin in partnership with Regional Developmental Agency of Sandzak – SEDA and Merhamet Sandzak.
U okviru ekonomske komponente projekta, dodeljeno je 45 grantova za samozapošljavanje, u vrednosti do 3.000 eura. Podržano je 19 korisnika iz Novog Pazara, 12 iz Tutina i 14 korisnika iz Sjenice. Od ukupnog broja grantova, 11 je dodeljeno ženama preduzetnicama, za pokretanje sopstvenog biznisa. U budućnosti će biti dodeljeno još 45 grantova, sto će činiti ukupnu sumu od 90 grantova u okviru ovog projekta. Neke od podržanih ideja su rad na CNC mašini, otvaranje proizvodnje lakog tekstila, farbarski, građevinski radovi kao i brojne druge.
Rdovno smo prikupljali lične priče korisnika koji su učestovovali u biznis obukama i izveštavali o njima.
Organizovan je seminar – “Podsticajna učionica – vodič za primenu efikasnih strategija učenja u nastavi” kao vid mentorske podrške za nastavno osoblje koje sprovodi radionice u Dobrosusedskim klubovima Novi Pazar, Sjenica i Tutin.
Seminar je kataloški akreditovan od strane ZUOV-a i deo je kataloga Ministarstva prosvete.
Obrađene teme su:
– Aktiviranje i usmeravanje mentalnih aktivnosti učenika u procesu nastave
– Teškoće i prepreke u procesu učenja u uslovima prilagođene nastave kao i brojne druge.
Ovim seminarom nastavno osoblje angazovano na projektu kao radioničari dobili su dodatna znanja koja ce im pomoći u prilagođavanju metodologije rada sa decom.
Projekat “Re!ntegracija – podrška održivoj (re)integraciji povratnika u Srbiji” finansiran je od strane Saveznog Ministarstva za ekonomsku saradnju i razvoj Republike Nemačke (BMZ) .
Nosilac projekta je ASB South East Europe, implementator IDC Srbija, a partneri na projektu su Grad Novi Pazar, Opština Sjenica, Opština Tutin, u partnerstvu sa
Regionalnom Razvojnom Agencijom Sandžaka – SEDA i Merhamet Sandzak.
ASB is a German aid and welfare organisation, engaged in areas such as civil protection, rescue services and social welfare services. As a non-political organisation, ASB has, since its foundation in 1888, provided rapid and direct help to all those in need of our support.
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