Women are self-determined, active and powerful! That is the message of the regional initiative ANA HUNNA “ أناهنا , I am here, Je suis là“.
ANA HUNNA promotes gender equality in the economy in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The initiative fosters equal opportunities for men and women in the world of labour and promotes economic growth in the region.
ANA HUNNA projects are:
Awareness Raising Campaign– In 8 inspiring short movies made by filmmakers from the MENA region ANA HUNNA shows courageous working women and challenges stereotypical images of working women.
Female Mentoring – Experienced female professionals (mentors) support female university students (mentees) to realize their potential and to get inspired for a self-determined and ambitious career path.
ANA HUNNA is carried by a network of civil society and (semi-) governmental organizations from Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia and Morocco.
16 Sep Events
Our mentees had their first eLearning training with experts from Nibras.com. This time on the programme: “Goal Setting”. Upcoming trainings will cover DISC Model personality types, Effective communication skills, and Business Etiquette series and the best part is that they will …
08 Sep Events
“How can I assist my mentee best? What is the right strategy for reaching towards the mentee and to support her professional aspirations?” To answer these questions, the IRSHAD Center for Training and Development did a training solely for mentors …
07 Sep Events
German and Arabic filmmakers can apply with their film projects for funding from “The Film Prize for International Cooperation” until the 18th of September. The Robert Bosch Foundation awards up to three young filmmaker teams from Germany and the Arab …
25 Aug Events
The first training for the ANA HUNNA Mentees took place! The Mentees gathered on Sunday August 23rd 2015 at the Language Center/University of Jordan (UJ) to learn about “Psychosocial Skills Needed before Entering the Workplace”. The training provided Mentees with …
12 Aug Events
“Mentoring represents the incentive needed by many women in order to unleash their potentials, fulfill their goals, and make their dreams come true with respect to income and independence.” Prof. Tarawneh, UJ President Therefore, ANA HUNNA and the University of …