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How training brings Syrians, Sudanese closer in Egypt

CARE International organized an event reflecting its efforts to end gender-based violence and help Syrian and Sudanese communities integrate into Egyptian society through psychodrama.
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ALEXANDRIA, Egypt — Egyptian, Sudanese and Syrian youth in Egypt recently worked together to produce a play conveying stories about racism, gender discrimination, violence against women and suppressing talent.

CARE International in Egypt, in coordination with the Soryana Center and Sudan House Club in Alexandria, held the March 12 special event, which focused on the two largest communities in Cairo and Alexandria: Syrian and Sudanese. The event, part of a CARE program on gender-based violence, was the product of a training workshop held March 7-11 in Ain Sokhna. Young men and women participated.

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