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Full project listing

A comprehensive guide to all of the projects we have delivered around the world since 1995.

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  • On-site skill sharing: Open House (Kutaisi) 2022

    Georgia

    A 7-week on-site skill-sharing project providing training to caregivers working at Open House in Kutaisi, Georgia. Led by an Georgian music therapist and supported by a music therapist and Advisory Panel member from the UK.

    • Children
    • Disability
  • Distance learning: Jordan 2022

    Jordan

    Our first delivery of the Distance Learning model in Jordan in partnership with Musicians Without Borders. The course comprises a series of 7 monthly tutorials and written assignments, participation in an Intensive Study Weekend and a supervised Practical Assignment.

    • Children
    • Disability
    • Young people
  • Online training: Chiltern Music Therapy (Georgia) 2022

    Georgia

    The delivery of online training about how to run music sessions online provided by Chiltern Music Therapy for our Georgian Partners.

    • Children
    • Disability
    • Young people
  • Motivation Programme 2022

    United Kingdom

    Our umbrella of support activities for our UK Partners, comprising CPD events, a monthly newsletter, activity guides and the musical instrument fund.

    • All beneficiary groups
  • Distance learning: Romania 2022

    Romania

    Our 12th delivery of this Distance Learning course, which comprises a series of 7 monthly tutorials and written assignments, participation in an Intensive Study Weekend and a supervised Practical Assignment.

    • Children
    • Disability
  • Sharing good practice: International Partner Survey Report 2021

    Other International

    In 2019-2020, we invited our Partners around the world to complete a survey so we can understand more about the impact of their initial music trainings and in 2021 we created a report based on their responses. We shared the report with our international Partners, which we also translated into 6 local languages spoken by many of our Partners (Romanian, Arabic, Kinyarwanda, Georgian, Amharic and Burmese).

    • Adults
    • Children
    • Dementia
    • Disability
    • Elderly
    • Mental health
    • Young people
  • Resource sharing: Romania 2021

    Romania

    A translated version of our ‘Adults with Learning Disabilities Musical Activities’ and our ‘Interactive Music-Making for People Living with Dementia’ resources were shared with our Romanian Partners.

    • Adults
    • Dementia
    • Disability
    • Young people
  • Sharing good practice: ELCJHLS (Beit Sahour, Bethlehem and Ramallah) 2021

    Occupied Palestinian Territories

    Local Partner, Samar Andoni, a social worker from the Evangelical Lutheran Schools received help from music therapist and Advisory Panel member, Hazel Childs, to prepare her to deliver a training and share her skills of using music with other teachers in the schools.

    • Children
    • Disability
  • Resource sharing and supervision: Georgia 2021

    Georgia

    A translated version of our ‘Children with Disabilities Musical Activities’ resource was shared with our Georgian Partners. Also music therapist and Advisory Panel member, Jenny Laahs, provided supervision for 3 music sessions ran by a Local Partner.

    • Children
    • Disability
  • Online training: Music Helps (Hyderabad) 2021

    India

    The pilot phase of Music Helps, our music in dementia care online training tool in India. This course was developed by music therapist and Advisory Panel member, Nina Cherla, in response to a project request from Pavithra Gangadharan, Founder of Kshetra Assisted Living by Heritage ElderCare Services Pvt. Ltd, to help make music an integral part of dementia care provision across care facilities and homes in India. In early 2022 the pilot was extended to UK family carers of Indian heritage.

    • Dementia
    • Elderly
    • Unpaid carers