Progress Reports

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January 2013

Our fifth Quarterly Report includes a number of updates to our programmes, a series of profiles on our students as well as a special feature on the recent escalation in tensions between Israel and Gaza and the grassroots campaign instigated by our students in response.

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August 2012

Our fourth Quarterly Report looks back on a busy and successful year, reflecting on the hard work and dedication of the students we support and looking forward to another academic year. We report on the completion of the first year of our Vocational training program, the changing perceptions brought about by our Virtual Majlis project and success of our online campaigns.

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April 2012

Our third Quarterly Report describes the great progress we have made in recent months and celebrates a number of milestones reached. The completion of our first major reconstruction project, plans for thorough research into disability in the region and a signed agreement with a Gaza university to provide Vocational Training relate to our three core concerns. Read about 'Edublogs', our Gaza student blogging platform, the Video Diary project in the UK and the fantastic guest authors who have hosted online writing workshops with Al Fakhoora students.

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January 2012

Learn more about our partners and the 13 psychosocial projects which hit the ground in Gaza. At the time of this report, the total number of students benefitting from the scholarship and empowerment program reached 300. This was also a great time for a number of our Al Fakhoora students as they travelled to Doha's United Nations Alliance of Civilisations and met in person the friends they'd made in the Virtual Majlis and More than Words programs.

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October 2011

October saw a partnership with the Islamic Development Bank established and the hard launch of our flagship project 'Virtual Majlis', across the world. Plans for various online campaigns were discussed with our London-based communications agency Effusion.

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