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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: ELCJHLS (Beit Sahour, Bethlehem and Ramallah) 2019

    Occupied Palestinian Territories

    Working with local social worker, Samar, – herself one of our partners since 2013 – we provided training and a supervised Practical Assignment to develop the potential for new teachers working at 3 schools run by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jerusalem and the Holy Land schools in in the towns of Beit Sahour, Bethlehem and Ramallah to use music with their students.

    • Children
    • Mental health
  • Training for trainers: The ARMS Centre (Hyderabad) 2019

    India

    We provided a short Training for Trainers course for one of our Local Partners from the ARMS Centre for Autism (Hyderabad) ahead of co-delivering training to staff working with adults with learning disabilities in Moinabad.

    • Children
    • Adults
    • Disability
  • On-site skill-sharing: The Vivaan Centre (Moinabad) 2019

    India

    We co-delivered a field project with Local Trainer, Eshwari Rapola (ARMS Centre for Autism) to enable staff working with adults with learning disabilities to use music within their activities at the Vivaan Centre in Moinabad.

    • Adults
    • Disability
  • Motivation programme 2019

    United Kingdom

    The tailored support we offer was pulled together and enhanced under the banner of our new “Motivation Programme”, guided by our Sustainability Review findings from 2018. This comprised CPD events for practitioners to come together share successes, pool resources and troubleshoot, a quarterly newsletter, enhanced online resources and a mechanism through which individual partners might request specific support at any time.

    • All beneficiary groups
  • Conference participation: Brasov 2019

    Romania

    For the fourth year, the University of Transilvania organised a national music therapy conference in Brasov, at which we were delighted to present and give workshops to participants from around the country, as well as to attend many presentations given by people across Romania with an interst in music therapy (including some of our Local Partners).

    • Adults
    • Children
    • Dementia
    • Disability
    • Elderly
    • Mental health
    • Young people
  • Follow-up visit: The Shraddha Centre (Hyderabad) 2019

    India

    We returned to our partners at the Shraddha Centre for Special Education (Hyderabad), where we were pleased to learn their music programme is fully embedded into their weekly activities. A great opportunity to see their practice, share successes, provide some additional training and troubleshoot.

    • Children
    • Disability
  • Distance learning evaluation 2019

    Occupied Palestinian Territories

    We travelled to the Ocupied Palestinian Territories to undertake the second phase of a 2-year evaluation of our course “Music for Young Children with Disablities”. With the help of Sounds of Palestine and Musicians Without Borders, we were able to meet with, interview and observe sessions run by our Blended Learning Programme graduates 2016-19.

    • Disability
    • Children
    • Mental health
  • Supervised practice: Montessori School, Lighthouse School and Flowers School (Yangon) 2019

    Myanmar

    We worked with 3 teachers at Montessori School, Light House School and Flowers School in Myanmar, who wanted support in their use of music following introductory training they had received from an independent music therapist in 2012. The teachers participated in a 2-month period of supervised practice relating to the music sessions they were running with young children with additional needs.

    • Children
    • Disability
  • Distance learning: Romania 2019

    Romania

    Our 9th delivery of this Distance Learning course, which comprises a series of 7 monthly tutorials and written assignments, participation in an Intensive Study Weekend – hosted by Hospice Casa Sperantei in Brasov – and a supervised Practical Assignment.

    • Disability
    • Children
  • Follow-up visit: Public Schools No.198 and No.200, and Parent’s Bridge Centre (Tbilisi) 2019

    Georgia

    We offered a workshop and on-site support to our partners at Public School #200, Public School #198 and the Parents Bridge centre.

    • Children
    • Adults
    • Disability
    • Young people