Name of the activity: Human Rights Based Approach (HRBA) Education
Program: Ethics and Human Rights in Health
Contact information: contact [email protected] to get in touch with the Activity Coordinator
Type of the activity: First-time Activity
Category: Capacity Building
Focus area: Peace, peacebuilding and health, Human Rights Education
Sustainable Development Goals addressed: SDG 3 (Good Health and Well-Being), SDG 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions), SDG 17 (Partnerships)
A Human Rights-Based Approach is a conceptual framework of the process of human development that is normatively based on international human rights standards.
For years In IFMSA-Egypt, we have been advocating and raising awareness using others approaches that weren’t sustainable, and now we need to work on HRBA which integrated to policy making, and the real rule of our organization.
- IFMSA-Egypt Members
- General population
- Medical students
- Healthcare Students
- People with disabilities
Objective 1: Ensure the HRBA Principles in the activity work before 17th of February, 2022.
Objective 2: Increase the awareness of 500-1K of IFMSA-Egypt SCORP Members and 500 of the Other committees members through Facebook Committees Groups about the human rights based approach, by the end of 2nd week of January, 2022.
Objective 3: Increase the knowledge of at least 15 IFMSA-EGYPT Members about HRBA Implementation, by the end of 2nd week of January, 2022.
Objective 4: Capacitate 27 LCs about how to implement HRBA in their local activities before 17th of February, 2022.
Indicators of Success:
Indicator of objective 1:
70% of the LORPs, and at least 10 General Members fill the needs assessment form.
Indicators of objective 2:
-The internal online campaign in IFMSA-Egypt SCORP Group total reach is about 500-1k from 3.2K members.
– The total engagement of the members through the online campaign in IFMSA-Egypt SCORP Group is about 500.
– The total reach of the online campaign (the video) in the other committees groups is about 500.
Indicator of objective 3:
15 Members attend the open space and interact with it.
Indicator of objective 4:
– 60% of LCs attend at least 2 days of the workshop and engage with it.
– 50% of the attendees fill the pre and post assessment.
– 50% of the attendees who attend the 3 days are able to reflect what they learn in an activity.
– Opened a call for a team to work on the ideas of the activity on 18th December, 2021.
– organized HRBA Needs assessment and shared it with the members on 26th December, 2021.
– opened a call for the HRBA Workshop that discussed everything about HRBA implementation on 29th December, 2021.
– Conducting A 3-days workshop that discussed the HRBA meaning till the steps of the implementation from 2nd till 4th of January, 2022.
– Conducting internal online campaign mainly on SCORP Facebook group with sharing one post in the other committees groups in the 1st 2 weeks of January, 2022 consists of: videos and interactive games.
– Conducting open discussion for all IFMSA-Egypt Members in the 2nd week of January, 2022
– Follow up with the attendees after the workshop, by dividing the attendees who attend 70% of the sessions to subgroups to plan an activity aligned with HRBA Principles. The presentation of the activities will be in the winter camp.
Plans for evaluation:
– conduct needs assessment for LORPs and General Members to measure their knowledge about HRBA and to what extent activities align with it.
– conduct pre and post assessment for the workshop aligned with the ILOs of the sessions to measure their knowledge before and after the workshop.
– conduct an evaluation form after the workshop to measure the satisfaction of the attendees about the time, duration, speakers professionalism and interaction.
– make a report for the workshop to measure what the number of hours attended by the attendees are, then we followed up with who exceeded 70% of the duration through the 3 days of the workshop.
– collect the screenshots of the outreach of the online campaign and calculate the total reach and post engagement of the campaign.
– The activity coordinator writes a report after finishing the activity.
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