Building Communities of Resilience

One of the hallmarks of healthy and resilient communities is learning and knowledge transfer. Our programs are designed to provide you with the "know-how" that you need to achieve your resilience and self-sufficiency goals. We deploy a 'just-in-time' learning model, meaning that you get to choose from various classes that suit your needs and fill your skill gaps to progress on your journey toward self-sufficiency. Programs are designed for children, teens, and adults. Our database of locally available and international practitioners covers a wide range of areas and sub-specializations that are mainly categorized as follows:

Essential Life Skills - Kids & Teens

Organic Gardening

Cooking Class

Sewing Class

Home Organization

Personal Finance

First Aid

Camping, Hiking and Survival Skills

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Personal Resilience - Kids & Teens

Personal Effectiveness & Communication

Emotional Resilience

Time Management

Creating Healthy Daily Habits

Teamwork & Collaboration

Career and Passion Discovery

Leadership Development

Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

The Resilient Family Program- Adults

Introduction to Organic Gardening

Food Canning Techniques (Adults)

Fermenting Fruits and Vegetables

Traditional Cooking Series

Introduction to Kefir & Yoghurt Making

Making Homemade Cleaning Supplies

Herbal Teas for Health

Investments and Financial Security

Family Budget and Finance

First Aid and Primary Care for Infants

First Aid and Primary Care for Adults

Camping, Hiking, and Survival Skills

The Resilient Team - For Organizations

Sustainable Team Building Activities

Facilitated Brain-Storming Sessions

Facilitated Problem-Solving Sessions

Leadership Development

Building Collaborative Teams Program

Personality Dimensions©

Team Desert Survival Skills Training

Building Emotional Resilience

Stress Management and Employee Well-Being

Work-Life Balance Session

Career Discovery for Fresh Graduates

Creating Value Driven Organizational Culture

"By choosing a self-sufficient lifestyle, you will be able to reduce your reliance on fragile supply chain systems; you will move from being a consumer to being a provider and collaborator in a certain community. Learning how to cut costs is easy when you can produce your own food, raise the animals that will feed you and your family, and gain the means to food preservation and fermentation that will help you store and consume food over long periods of time. It's time to take charge of our destiny and begin the work needed to create a nature-driven civilization."

— Eiman Al Zaabi, Author and Co-Founder

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