Articles tagged: Arabic speakers
A LOOK BACK: THE GIFT OF LEARNING FOR SYRIAN REFUGEE CHILDREN
Two years on from the heart-warming moment a family of five Syrian refugee children received access to learning, SAT-7 continues to work to ensure the most vulnerable children can learn.
POPE FRANCIS VISIT TO CYPRUS GIVES HOPE TO REFUGEES AND CHURCHES
SAT-7 provided extensive live coverage of the recent Papal visit to Cyprus, sharing how it was an opportunity to promote the region’s refugee crises and the importance of collaboration between different Christian communities.
MY SCHOOL PROVIDES EDUCATION TO REFUGEES IN “HOPE” CENTRES
A new partnership between SAT-7 ACADEMY and the Lebanese organisation Heart for Lebanon brings the primary education program My School to two centres for Syrian refugees. The HOPE Schooling project, which seeks to improve learning outcomes for children not in formal education, is already changing lives.
CHILDREN SHOW REAL-WORLD IMPACT OF DISABILITY INCLUSION PROGRAM
“When I watch City of Stars, I pray for the children with disabilities. If they were at my school, I would welcome them,” says a young Egyptian girl who watches the SAT-7 KIDS program that models disability inclusion. As the program produces its third season, viewer comments demonstrate its impact in a generally non-inclusive region.
LEBANON MEDIA EVENTS SEE SOCIAL COHESION IDEA EXCHANGE
Media representatives from across Lebanon’s media landscape were brought together by SAT-7’s Beirut office for three days of workshops and training as part of Lebanon: Our Story, a project funded by the Danish Government that aims to drive social cohesion among young people from different communities in the country.
NEW CONTENT AND HIGH-DEF REVITALISE SAT-7 KIDS
SAT-7 KIDS is introducing a raft of exciting and engaging new content for its young Arabic-speaking audiences, along with updated graphics and the news that programs will now be available in high definition (HD) on the on-demand service SAT-7 PLUS and all Arabic social media platforms.
SAT-7 VIEWERS MORE LIKELY TO SUPPORT WOMEN’S RIGHTS, SURVEYS SHOW
Women and men who watched SAT-7’s Arabic women’s program Needle and New Thread were more likely to support women’s rights to live free from violence and discrimination, says an independent evaluation that shows the program successfully raised awareness among high percentages of viewers.