The youth group responsible for playing an active role in enriching society suffers in the Arab world in general from many obvious problems that are not hidden from anyone. They need guidance and to find the opportunities and tools that help them to unleash their energies.
Of these opportunities, the opportunity to tell young people – closely – about a life different from that they live to learn about past and current experiences and events, but their impact continues. This opportunity will keep young people away from the obsession with technology that overwhelms their thinking, they become busy with entertainment while loosing the most precious thing they own, which is their time.
Which led us to organize educational educational trips for countries that have suffered or are still suffering from crises, wars or natural disasters. According to a specific program, we called it the “Silk Road Trips” where many of the countries we will visit are located along the famous Silk Road.
Trips and field visits are tools of approximation of the truth and an attempt to see the human reality to stand and feel it. The results of the studies have shown that young people who participate in field trips consistently exhibit better attitudes towards the various sciences and issues surrounding them.
Some studies suggest that field trips increase young people’s interest in science and various issues and provide useful tools that allow for more positive interaction in different areas of interest. As well as further developing the participation of young people and helping them to develop links between what they heard and what actually happened.
Each trip will include many activities, programs and visits aimed at bringing positive ideas and leadership to participants, reflecting positively on humanitarian crises.
In this project there is no question like “How many beneficiaries?” But “How many potential leaders?”
A US study, Turpin & Cage 2004, has shown that an activity-driven approach improves interest and knowledge collection. Jarvis and Pell (2005) note that learning by activity away from receiving only generates a sense of interest, motivation and positive enthusiasm, which has been largely neglected in traditional life.
Studies show that field trips increase young people’s interest in science and different issues and provide useful tools that allow for more positive interaction in different areas of interest. As well as further develop the participation of young people and help them develop links between concepts and theoretical knowledge that they received or read previously and the real reality.
- Building the personality of the working youth and increasing their positive role in humanitarian work.
- Support and advocate for many humanitarian issues in countries that have experienced crises or natural disasters.
- A closer approximation to the truth and an attempt to see the human reality of standing and feeling it.
- Provide opportunities to interact with the humanitarian issues and issues of concern to them.
Contribute to alleviating those affected by their participation in some activities.
- Participants from the youth category.
- Orphans Care Federation
- The community in the places of the trips (those with a difficult humanitarian situation).
- Relevant government agencies in flight locations.
- The tour will be publicized and advertised in the target group (volunteer teams and youth) and receiving applications via a special form link prepared for this purpose.
- Applications are examined and evaluated and candidates are filtered for the trip based on specific conditions and criteria.
- Each candidate is required to attach a recommendation from at least one of the known parties or individuals.
Conditions and criteria to be met in the youth candidates for participation in these flights:
- Age 21 years and older.
- Filled and completed all of the information required in the registration form.
- The candidate is free of any infectious or contagious diseases.
- The participant undertakes to adhere to the controls and instructions for each trip, including:
- Commitment to the trip program.
- Not interfering with flight regulations.
- Do not leave the specific geographic ranges of the trip except with the knowledge of the trip leader.
- Do not take photographs without permission of the person to be photographed.