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Amel Association

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Q1: What are the office working hours of Amel Haret Hreik?
Applies to: All Registered Refugees and asylum seekers, Non registered
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Amel Haret Hreik centre opens Monday to Friday, 9:00 am till 8:00 pm. REgistration to ‘empowerment’ services is from 10:00 am till 7:00 pm.

Locations: National
Q2: Can non-Syrian refugees benefit from your services?
Applies to: All Registered Refugees and asylum seekers, Non registered
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Yes, non-Syrian refugees can benefit from Amel empowerment and medical services.

Locations: National
Q3: What kind of services does Amel offer?
Applies to: All Registered Refugees and asylum seekers, Non registered
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Empowerment services and medical services.

Locations: National
Q4: What are the empowerment services?
Applies to: All Registered Refugees and asylum seekers, Non registered
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Empowerment services are vocational and psychosocial trainings.

Locations: National
Q5: What are the vocational trainings?
Applies to: All Registered Refugees and asylum seekers, Non registered
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Vocational trainings are hairdressing for men, hairdressing for women, makeup, manicure pedicure, mobile maintenance, PC maintenance, events decoration, kindergarten, puppet industry, sewing,IT classes, English and Arabic languages.

Locations: National
Q6: What are the psychosocial trainings?
Applies to: All Registered Refugees and asylum seekers, Non registered
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Music, life skills workshops, awareness sessions.

Locations: National
Q7: What are the medical services?
Applies to: All Registered Refugees and asylum seekers, Non registered, Lebanese
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All Lebanese, refugees and asylum seekers from any nationality may benefit from the following medical services:vaccination, visiting a doctor for pediatric/adult care and medication.

Locations: National
Q8: Do we have to pay for any service?
Applies to: All Registered Refugees and asylum seekers, Non registered, Lebanese
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Yes, 3,000LBP for refugees and 10,000LBP for Lebanese as a doctor consultation fee.

Locations: National
Q9: Are these trainings for all ages?
Applies to: All Registered Refugees and asylum seekers, Non registered
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The vocational and psychosocial trainings are for ages 18 years old and above.

Locations: National
Q10: Can we bring our children with us?
Applies to: All Registered Refugees and asylum seekers, Non registered
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There is a day care room for participants to keep their children until they finish their classes, with a maximum charge of 5000 LBP per child per month.

Locations: National
Q11: Do we receive a certificate for every course we finish?
Applies to: All Registered Refugees and asylum seekers, Non registered
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Yes you will get a certificate for every course you finish, signed by the President of AMEL Association.

Locations: National
Q12: Is the certificate accepted by the Lebanese Government?
Applies to: All Registered Refugees and asylum seekers, Non registered
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It is not accepted in the public education system but can be recognized in the private sector and abroad.

Locations: National
Q13: What is the duration of each course?
Applies to: All Registered Refugees and asylum seekers, Non registered
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Each course varies from 2 to 3 months approximately.

Locations: National
Q14: Can we take more than one course?
Applies to: All Registered Refugees and asylum seekers, Non registered
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Yes, you can take as much as you want unless the courses are offered at the same hours.

Locations: National
Q15: What are the course requirements?
Applies to: All Registered Refugees and asylum seekers, Non registered
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You have to attend each course twice a week for 1 hour each, Monday- Wednesday, or Tuesday-Thursday.

Locations: National