Communication and effective communication is the title of the one-day training workshop held by NIHR within the activities of the project (Adolescents and Youth Reject Violent Extremism in Hawija and Daquq Districts ), in which 25 adolescent girls and women in Hawija district participated to develop their cognitive and practical skills on effective communication mechanisms to contribute to highlighting their role in their communities, reintegrating them into society properly, and delivering their voices to decision-makers in their areas.
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