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Life and Teaching at Project Hope

Check out this excellent gallery of photos documenting day-to-day life volunteering and teaching at Project Hope, taken by French volunteer Valerian Mazataud in the late Autumn of 2009.

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New Video about Project Hope!

Check out this short video that shows you what Project Hope does, working with young Palestinians in education and the arts.

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Project Hope at 10 years: Education for change – hope for the future.

Long-time Project Hope volunteer, Dr. Sandy Marshall, reflects on the impact Project Hope has had after 10 years providing opportunities for Palestinian kids, youth and volunteers. Project Hope is an educational experience 10 years running. And by educational experience, I don’t mean the countless classes, workshops, and activities that Project Hope has organized over the years. Rather, I mean that Project Hope is an on-going educational experience in which young Palestinians and their supporters from different parts of the world learn new ways of healing, speaking, and understanding in the context of on-going violence and occupation. In doing so, they […]

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Documentary Short About Project Hope

Documentary Short About Project Hope

A film-maker visited Project Hope in Nablus and gave us the gift of this beautiful documentary short about the organization and its work.

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Meet Asra

Meet Asra

Asra is a primary school teacher who speaks a billion languages and has lived all over the place. We talked with her about volunteer teaching with Project Hope in Spring 2011, what it was like to grow up a refugee herself, and what she sees for the future of Palestine.

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Filmmaking for girls

Filmmaking for girls

In this video, with B-roll shot by Project Hope’s own students, Program Advisor Sandy Marshall talks about one of Project Hope’s unique film making classes for girls.

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Meet Salahuddin

Meet Salahuddin

Salahuddin is a local Palestinian volunteer with Project Hope. He teaches computer literacy, but don’t be fooled. He was Palestine’s 2009 Champion in K-1 kickboxing, and teaches Thai boxing for many of our students and volunteers.

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Dance Class

Dance Class

This spring, Norwegian volunteer Lykke taught two dance classes for girls aged 7 to 14. Each class consisted of 12 girls and met for two hours twice a week, providing the girls with regular physical activity, as well as a sense of community. “The after school activities for children in Palestine are so limited, especially for girls,” explained Lykke. “It’s a chance for them to be together, to create something together.”

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Meet 35 Palestinian Kids in 27 seconds

Meet 35 Palestinian Kids in 27 seconds

Say marhaba to some of Project Hope’s enthusiastic young students.

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Computer Lab/Net Café Opening

Computer Lab/Net Café Opening

As part of its new two-story Education Center, Project Hope is proud to announce the opening of its new computer facilities. These include a computer lab for blogging and internet literacy classes, as well as a 10-computer net café, open to the Nablus public. Many thanks to the New Zealand Consulate in Turkey and Kirk In Actie in Holland for making these valuable additions possible!

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Project Hope

Project Hope is a community not-for-profit and a registered charity.

Project Hope works in the refugee camps, cities, and villages of the Nablus region of the northern West Bank, teaching English and delivering other essential education, arts and sports programs to Palestinian children and youth.

The largest volunteer organization of its kind in Palestine, Project Hope fosters dialogue and cooperation between local and international volunteers, while encouraging its volunteer alumni to remain involved with the issue of Palestine afterward.

A Registered Charity

Project Hope's work is carried out through the Canadian charity “Humanitarian Opportunities for Peace and Education”

Canada

Charity Number:
862587078 RR0001

France

Charity number:
W751227523

Project Hope's work is supported from the United Kingdom and European Union through the Scottish charity Firefly International

UK

Scottish Charity Number:
028744

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