Posts Tagged ‘Music Harvest’

Joseph: The Adventurous Acoustician

Joseph Grugeon-Dixon is from Newcastle, United Kingdom. Joseph volunteered for Music Harvest/Project Hope from September 2015 until the second week of December 2015 (with a small two week-break in October), teaching music to children and teenagers. Volunteering at Music Harvest/Project Hope has been part of a trip Joseph is making through Europe and Asia and is documenting in his adventurousacoustian blog. Below you can find some photos and excerpts of Joseph’s blog, covering his time at Music Harvest/Project Hope. 1 September 2015 “I meet Asha (the other music volunteer I’m working with) around lunchtime and we go to get a […]

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Harvesting Music at Project Hope

A warm welcome My idea was not to call Project Hope upon my arrival in Nablus, but rather find my own way to the Project Hope office. I was carrying a 30kg-backpack, my electro-acoustic guitar in a hard case and a 15 kg-wheel bag which contained my recording gear. Heavily packed, I wallowed through the streets of Nablus, hoping to find the right street, but in vain… Eventually, I ended up taking a cab which literally dropped me off one street further than where it picked me up. It turned out that I had been walking in circles for over […]

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Activities Project Hope in November 2015

In the month of November, we have continued to organise multiple events for the volunteers. A dinner was held during which our volunteers could taste the delicious local Palestinian dishes. A tour was provided to explore the beautiful old city of Nablus and multiple film screenings were organised. Furthermore, our international and local volunteers could demonstrate their football skills in a football match, while the volunteers also made a trip to the Jordan Valley. Meanwhile, our volunteers continued with their core mission: providing education to the Palestinian youth in Nablus and the Northern Westbank. In total, 189 classes were taught […]

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Our Activities in September and October 2015

The months of September and October have been very active, as Project Hope has been involved in many events besides our regular activities. On the 18th of October, students of the Photography class at Project Hope exhibited their beautiful pictures in the French Cultural Centre in Nablus. More photos of the photo exhibition can be found on our Facebook page.   The exhibition also included a music performance of three volunteers of our partner organisation Music Harvest. Apart from the exhibition and music performance, exciting new courses were taught at Project Hope. A Renewable Energy course was taught at the […]

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Teaching Music in Nablus

Roxanne is a trainee music therapist who recently volunteered teaching music in Nablus with Project Hope and Music Harvest the summer of 2015.

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Songs of Our Land

In Songs of Our Land children were taught how to sing and write their own songs in a collaborative project between Music Harvest, Project Hope and five other local partners in the Nablus region.

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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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