Program vision: Promoting children's dignity and well-being, advocating for a decent quality of life as a fundamental right, not a luxury for the privileged few
Women Empowerment Program
Program vision: Aims to achieve gender equality, enhance the self-reliance of Palestinian women, ensure equal opportunities, and foster societal recognition and respect.
Program Vision: Guided by our religion and inspired by our values, we aspire to a world where the Palestinian community is empowered, social responsibilities are fulfilled, and the needs of people as a unified entity are met to alleviate suffering among those in need.
Capacity Building Program
Program Vision: The program works on enhancing the capacities of the "Not To Forget" association's members, administratively and financially, as well as improving the association's network of relationships at both the local and international levels.
Not to forget initiative implements mural painting.
As part of the Women's Voice Project for Refugee Women in the Jenin camp, and in partnership with the Popular Committee.
Not To Forget completes a Psychological First Aid Training Course.
In partnership with the Women for Peace and Humanitarian Action Fund.
The psychological support team is honored.
This honor is an appreciation for the efforts of the teams that have provided support to families over the past 12 years.
"Not to forget" graduated a First Aid course.
Graduation of the First Aid course for the psychological support team and women from Jenin camp, aimed at enhancing women's skills in supporting families and the community during emergencies.
Women's Rights in Wages and Social Care within the "Your Hands with Us" Project.
Ensuring women get suitable employment, equal to men in wages, as long as they perform the same tasks and receive the same social care and retirement benefits as men.
Proud to train a group of female workers in Jenin.
Know your rights in the job market. As part of the "Your Hands with Us" project. #Feminism_for_Women's_Economic_Rights PWWSD Women Rights - Palestinian Working Women Society for Development
Clarification of some concepts related to political participation and quotas
Not To Forget Association, funded by the Government of Canada as part of the project to enhance women's access to decision-making centers in Jenin Governorate, produces five videos explaining some concepts related to political participation, quotas, and others. #Support_Women Canadian Representative Office to the Palestinian Authority
Project to enhance women's access to decision-making centers.
A project to enhance women's access to decision-making centers in Jenin Governorate is being implemented by the "Not to forget" Association in partnership with the Palestinian Consultative Body and funded by the Canadian government. #Yes to participation #Elections are not an option, they are a duty.
Your hand with us Project for Economic Rights Awareness
As part of the 'Your Hands With us' feminist project for economic rights, a dialogue session was conducted by the young leadership group with women working in the informal sector. This project is implemented by the 'Not to forget' Association in partnership with Palestinian working women. The session is a result of a series of training received by the young leaders on the importance of raising awareness about the economic rights of women working in the private sector. The session included various activities, such as interactive exercises and discussions on women's rights. It emphasized the significance of spreading awareness about economic rights through educating about labor laws and the importance of obtaining rights for women working in the informal sector.
Feminist Project for Economic Rights
The project is implemented by the "Not to forget" Association in partnership with Palestinian working women. The lesson learned from the first year of the project emphasized the integration of economic awareness and empowerment. The goal was to attract women and girls to attend awareness workshops and teach them skills that would help improve their economic lives. For example, a 3-month training program on making handicrafts was conducted, followed by a final exhibition where products were sold. This initiative enabled three women to start working on electronic marketing for their products. Additionally, 15 girls were trained in nail care and grooming, which garnered significant interest. Some of them qualified to work in beauty salons or pursue independent projects.
Radio broadcast about women's participation in decision-making.
Radio broadcast for "Farah" Radio and Television Network with Wijdan Youssef.