Access to equal opportunities for youth without parental care

Integrated Solutions Leaving-behind Sustainable Legacies

Young people moving out of institutional homes face multiple challenges, particularly if after-care services are limited and where there is high social stigma. Wataneya has adopted a holistic and integrated approach that has successfully influenced more than 1,500 youth, care home leavers, under the age of 18 for self-reliance and integration through a combined use of technology, coordination with the government, and partnerships with the private sector. Wataneya was able to secure more than 50 partnerships with private sector donors, public sector implementing partners, and youth-led initiatives that have played a significant role in ensuring the sustainability of their project.

Through our webinar, you will learn more about how to adopt a holistic approach for a sustainable solution to integrate youth without parental care into society, which has been key to meaningful and effective implementation of our alternative care projects and initiatives.

  1. Learn about the challenges facing care leavers' self-reliance and socio-economic integration and the ways you can contribute to this much needed development work
  2. How to adopt a beneficiary-centered approach that empowers them, which we have used to bring in youth in developing prevention, hosting, and aftercare measures
  3. How to form trusted and diversified partnerships addressing development challenges, which we have used to address the challenges facing children and youth without parents


Yasmine El-Hagry
Executive Director of Wataneya Society
Yasmine hold a Bachelor of Media & Journalism. She studied Psychology and Business Administration at the American University in Cairo. Currently, she is doing a master’s in public administration. Yasmine is a Certified Professional in Strategy and Business Planning from KPI Institute, and she is a Life Coach Certified in Positive Psychology from ICF.
Noha Emam Hassanin
Research & Knowledge Management Manager Wataneya Society
Noha has a master's degree in community psychology from the American University in Cairo. She was a member of the content team for the first regional conference on alternative care in 2019 and represented Wataneya at numerous regional and international conferences and events.

Project's Partner Organizations

Ministry of Social Solidarity - MoSS
Drosos Foundation
Sawiris Foundation
Alex Bank
Nahdet Misr
Save the Children
Giza Foundation
Dell Technologies
The Body Shop
The community Hub
El Rakhawy Institute for training and research
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