The HARMONY Project

Wednesday, May 19, 2021


Information on HARMONY Project 

HARMONY Project is an inclusive training platform to inspire positive change. 

This "train the trainer" program is providing tools to promote interpersonal skills, and collaboration that enables individuals, with diverse backgrounds, to facilitate lasting harmonious and positive changes for themselves, their close circles and their wider communities.

After a successful pilot project “From Inner to Outer Peace” (Sarajevo, 2018) organized by SANCHILD, the Rotary Club Sarajevo, the Rotary Club Genève International. SANCHILD, and Western Balkan Alumni Association agreed to launch the HARMONY project Bosnia and Herzegovina.

HARMONY Train the Trainer 7 days program was developed and designed by SANCHILD that is providing the platform, training concept and advocacy as well as participants guidance and support.

HARMONY Project consists of 4 main modules:

From Inner to Outer Peace, Building Interpersonal trust, CARE (Community, Awareness, Resilience and Empowerment) and Harmony Vision.

Our selected international trainers, partners and collaborators will guide and support the participants, not only through, but also after the completion of this intense training program. Participants will create their own projects, and as trainers, and with the full support of our team, implement them in the following months. These projects will be monitored and evaluated.

What is the mission?

We believe that positive changes in society are only possible if we first make positive changes within ourselves.

By delivering our train the trainer program across the region, both the philosophy and implementation of our mission will spread to communities who need it most.

When is the first train the trainer program? 

Our first HARMONY Project will be held from June 27th to July 3rd 2021 in Sarajevo, B&H. 

What is the Vision?

HARMONY project is a train the trainer sustainable model with a 10 year deployment vision and multiplying formula to be brought to different post-conflict communities in hope of inspiring positive change. 

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