After selecting an appropriate method by the training staff in the effective communication and outreach workshop, the young people in Hawija district have acquired gradual mechanisms and methodologies to empower them to meet their needs from stakeholders (decision-makers) related to young people, and through which to renounce the attraction factors used by violent extremist groups to entice young people to join them.




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