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

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  • Musical instrument fund: Rwanda 2016

    Rwanda

    We were pleased to be able to send our Local Partners in Gisenyi, Rwanda a selection of new instruments to compliment the ones they already had in support of their continued use of music.

    • Children
    • Disability
  • Additional training: Cyangugu 2016

    Rwanda

    In response to local request, we returned to our Local Trainers in Cyangugu to provide some additional training and support, and to share with them the Research Summary they had told us would be helpful to them in securing strategic support for the development of music therapy locally.

    • Young people
    • Disability
    • Adults
  • Tabakunde Exchange evaluation 2016

    Rwanda

    In 2015 we launched the Tubakunde Exchange Programme, designed to enable members of the Tubakunde Network – a group of organisations working with people with disabilities across Rwanda – to visit our Local Partners in Cyangugu, observe their music work, access a music therapy training DVD we have produced and receive a small starter pack of musical instruments.

    • Children
    • Disability
    • Young people
  • Support visit: Gisenyi 2016

    Rwanda

    We returned to visit our Local Partners in Gisenyi who had been running their music programme for over a year. Since a follow up visit in 2015 a house for therapy and rehabilitation had been opened opposite the Ubumwe Community Centre with a room dedicated to music therapy that can be used by our Local Partners. Our visit was an opportunity to support our partners adapting their use of music, partly inluenced by national reforms of statutory care which led to the closure of the Noel de Nyundo orphanage.

    • Disability
    • Children
    • Young people
  • Training for trainers: Cyangugu 2015

    Rwanda

    We visited our Local Partners in Cyangugu to support their practice and help them prepare to share their experiences at the proposed Conference and launch of the Tubakunde Exchange initiative. The participating partners were left ready to host the exchange visits later in the year.

    • Young people
    • Children
    • Disability
  • Tabakunde Exchange Programme 2015

    Rwanda

    Launched with a Conference held for 70 Local Partners and Tubakunde Network members this initiative was designed to enable members of the Tubakunde Network – a group of organisations working with people with disabilities across Rwanda – to visit our Local Partners in Cyangugu, observe their music work, access a music therapy training DVD we have produced and receive a small starter pack of musical instruments.

    • Children
    • Disability
    • Young people
  • Follow-up visit: Noel de Nyundo Orphanage and Ubumwe Community Centre (Gisenyi) 2015

    Rwanda

    We returned to our partners at the Noel de Nyundo Orphanage and Ubumwe Community Centre, beneficiaries of our Introductory Training Project in 2014, to share their successes, provide professional guidance and trouble shoot within a 1-week follow-up visit.

    • Children
    • Disability
    • Young people
  • On-site skill-sharing: Noel de Nyundo Orphanage and Ubumwe Community Centre (Gisenyi) 2014

    Rwanda

    A 6-week project, delivered in partnership with Hope and Homes and The Gallagher Trust, providing training to staff caring for children and young adults with disabiltieis at the Noel de Nyundo Orphanage and Ubumwe Community Centre in Gisenyi, near Rwanda’s border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This project had been deferred from 2013 as a result of local unrest.

    • Children
    • Disability
    • Young people
  • Support visit: The Alivera Centre and Urugwiro Centre (Cyangugu) 2013

    Rwanda

    We returned to visit our partners at Ngwino Nawe (since renamed The Alivera Centre) and Nkanka (since re-named Urugwiro Centre) to support their ongoing work with music, launch our training DVD and explore how they might be able to share their skills as trainers themselves.

    • Children
    • Disability
    • Young people
  • Training DVD: Rwanda 2012

    Rwanda

    In response to local request, we put together a Training DVD as a culturally meaningful way to introduce the concept of music therapy and some of the key principles to a wider audience of people working with children and adults with special needs in Rwanda, as well as being a resource to consolidate our existing rwandan Partners’ understanding of how they are currently using music.

    • Disability
    • Children
    • Young people