We are an association of Muslim, Jewish, Christian and humanistic people, which are unionized nationwide.
This project is developed in collaboration with immigrants and people, who gained experience in case of taking refuge.
Jadati is implemented by our tandems, which encourage and help each other in the sponsorship program called “People are encouraging people”.
Nurse Betty Kitchener and psychologist Tony Jorm have developed the concept of „Mental Health First Aid”. In collaboration with psychologists, psychiatrists, consumer protectors, nursing staff and social workers from different nations, they have developed a First Aid course for mental health. The program is so successful that meanwhile more than two million people from north America, Europe, Asia and Australia take part in it.
Jadati is a non-profit project, which helps people to help themselves.
Our voluntary helpers are speaking Arabic, Afghan, Bosnian, German, Persian, Hebrew, Russian and Turkish. We know the problems from people with or without migration background and we also know the problems from people who gained experience in case of taking refuge.
The one-on-one interview is always the best solution. Sometimes a professional support is necessary by trained psychologists or therapists.
The online consulting is an alternative, which can function as a First Aid, as a bridge in case of solving minor problems.
|Tasks:||further education, networking|
„Do not belittle any good deed, even meeting your brother (fellow men) with a cheerful face (counts as a good deed).“
The prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him)
|Tasks:||social worker, consulting, counseling in case of need|
|Languages:||German, Arabic (Tamaziɣt)|
„Those, who do not show mercy to others, will not found mercy!“
The Prophet Muhammad -(Peace be upon him)
Fight for what makes you move on. Accept what you can not change. And separate yourself from what pulls you down.
Ihlam El Morabiti
|Tasks:||Graduate social scientist|
|Languages:||German, English, Arabic (Tamaziɣt)|
"Strength lies in calmness."