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Palestinian Refugee Earns Coach Diploma in The Netherlands

Published : 16-05-2022

Palestinian Refugee Earns Coach Diploma in The Netherlands

Palestinian refugee Mohammed Marwan Maw’ed obtained a coach diploma from ABC Swim School in the Netherlands.

Mohamed, born in 1984 in Yarmouk camp, is a graduate of the Sports Institute in Damascus. He attended many training and educational courses in body building and swimming. He also obtained many certificates in ping and marine emergencies in Algeria in 2014.

Mohamed dedicated his recent success to slain Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, who was assassinated by the Israeli occupation forces on the outskirts of Jenin refugee camp.

Hundreds of displaced Palestinian refugees in/from Syria have achieved success stories, despite the traumatic upshots wrought by the daily scenes of bloodshed and destruction across the embattled Syrian territories.

This includes scores of refugee students who have obtained the highest scores at their academic institutions; hundreds of refugee sportsmen/sportswomen who snatched the first places in regional and international competitions; dozens of artists who received renowned literary awards for their products and performances; and several housewives who turned trauma into a space of creativity.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/13112

Palestinian refugee Mohammed Marwan Maw’ed obtained a coach diploma from ABC Swim School in the Netherlands.

Mohamed, born in 1984 in Yarmouk camp, is a graduate of the Sports Institute in Damascus. He attended many training and educational courses in body building and swimming. He also obtained many certificates in ping and marine emergencies in Algeria in 2014.

Mohamed dedicated his recent success to slain Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, who was assassinated by the Israeli occupation forces on the outskirts of Jenin refugee camp.

Hundreds of displaced Palestinian refugees in/from Syria have achieved success stories, despite the traumatic upshots wrought by the daily scenes of bloodshed and destruction across the embattled Syrian territories.

This includes scores of refugee students who have obtained the highest scores at their academic institutions; hundreds of refugee sportsmen/sportswomen who snatched the first places in regional and international competitions; dozens of artists who received renowned literary awards for their products and performances; and several housewives who turned trauma into a space of creativity.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/13112