News - June 2017

Additional Training for Local Partners (Rwanda)

Posted in Blog on 26th June 2017

I'm lucky enough to be visiting Rwanda for the third time. But Lindsay, our new International and UK Programme Manager, is experiencing Rwanda for first time. As well as the many strands of the Rwanda Programme we are here to deliver, it also marks the... Read on

Training for Trainers (Rwanda)

Posted in Projects on 22nd June 2017

So pleased to hear from Lindsay and Hannah, that the Training for Trainers project was a success. The Local Partners who took part in this short course earlier in the week are today running their own training for 7 local staff working in different centres for... Read on

Musical Instruments arrive in Romania

Posted in Projects on 22nd June 2017

Georgiana Savin is a Romanian psychotherapist who completed our Distance Learning Programme in 2015. At that time she was working in a Special School in Cluj, where she ran music sessions until 2016. Georgiana still volunteers at the school, but she also has her... Read on

Blended Learning Programme (Occupied Palestinian Territories)

Posted in Projects on 21st June 2017

Today sees the start of our Blended Learning Programme in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. We are delighted to be working in partnership with Musicians without Borders to offer this introductory training in how music can be used with young children with disabilities... Read on

Rwanda Programme field work underway

Posted in Projects on 20th June 2017

Our International and UK Programme Manager, Lindsay McHale, and our Rwanda Programme Officer, Hannah Hulin, have arrived in Kamembe, Rwanda. They will spend a week here delivering training for staff who work with children with disabilities. Thank you to @rwanda_aid... Read on

Leaving but not letting go: Jane's Story

Posted in Blog on 20th June 2017

Taking a look at Jane Robbie's 17 years working for Music as Therapy International - the experiences, the changes - and what the future has to bring for her and the charity (with special thanks to our Ambassador, Kate Robinson for capturing this story) Jane... Read on

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