International Capacity Building

Posted in Projects on 27th September 2017

Our work is not always about what we can do, but we also invest in Capacity Building activities - enabling others to do more themselves to make music more widely accessible to vulnerable children and adults or to reach communities we can't ourselves. We are always pleased to find a ocal response to a request.

Starting this month, we are providing professional support to a local music therapist, Tsvia Horesh (pictured, centre), who is delivering introductory music as therapy training to the staff working with children with disabilities at the Jerusalem Princess Basma Centre.  We previously worked with Tsvia on her own skill-sharing project benefiting local teachers in Myanmar and we are confident this project will be similarly valuable to the teachers and therapists at the Jerusalem Princess Basma Centre and, of course, the children and families with whom they work.

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