This is a report on activities delivered in the final year of a three-year project (2018-2020) in the Gaza Strip, Palestine, jointly managed by the Centre for Global Education (CGE), a development non-governmental organisation (NGO) based in Belfast, and the Canaan Institute of New Pedagogy, a Palestinian NGO based in Gaza City. The project was funded by the Northern Ireland Public Service Alliance (NIPSA) Global Solidarity and Developing World Fund. The activities described in this final year of the project were delivered from 15 January to 30 June 2020.

Download this file (Gaza Report 2020 Final.pdf)Gaza Report 2020 Final.pdf1629 kB

Stephen McCloskey, Director for the Centre for Global Education, visits NIPSA funded Project Nour: Educating Palestinian and Syrian Refugees in Lebanon.


Please find below and attached a new report from the Centre for Global Education on the impact of the war in Syria on Palestinian refugees in Lebanon and Syria.

Geraldine Alexander
Assistant Secretary

Report on a Centre for Global Education Programme in the Gaza Strip 2019 This a report on year two (of a three-year) development education project in the Gaza Strip, Palestine, jointly managed by the Centre for Global Education (CGE) and the Canaan Institute for New Pedagogy, a Palestinian NGO based in Gaza.  The project provides education and psychosocial support services to 400 children, aged 7-12, suffering from severe mental health problems caused by extreme poverty and constant exposure to conflict. Using therapeutic and participative active learning activities, the project enhances the education of young people who only have access to school for half a day.  The programme is funded by NIPSA’s Global Solidarity and Developing World Fund.  Click on the link below to download a copy of the 2019 report.

Download this file (GAZA Report 2019.pdf)CGE Gaza Report 20191136 kB

Please find attached to the link below, the final report from the NIPSA supported, Tools for Solidarity project, Ruvuma Artisan Support and Training Centre, Tanzania.

Geraldine Alexander
Assistant Secretary
Download this file (NIPSA Final Report 2019.pdf)Ruvuma Final Report265 kB
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