The club in Jalazone is the first of a network of computer clubs in palestinian refugee camps, inviting children and their parents to work, play and learn together in the collaborative, computer-based project activities. The overall aim of the clubs is to improve the local learning situation and access to education for the children and youth in the camp, and thus contribute to a peaceful development of the region.
By now, more than 40 children and their parents participate in the computer club activities in the refugee camp in Jalazone, that accomodates approximately 12.000 people.
Scratch – Designing games by means of the visual programming environment.
Scratch – Storytelling of little animated films.
Presentation – Creation of a presentation about Islam: “The Story of Pain and Hope”.
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