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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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  • Conference Participation: Music Therapy Centre (Tbilisi) 2019

    Georgia

    We were delighted to contrbute to Georgia’s first Music Therapy Conference organised by our partners at the Music Therapy Centre in Tbilisi on World Music Therapy Day. The conference theme was ‘Music Unites’ and it was attended by over 55 people, including representatives from the Ministry of Education, parents of beneficiaries and practitioners from other towns in Georgia.

    • Children
    • Adults
    • Disability
    • Young people
  • University guest lecture 2019

    United Kingdom

    Guest lecture to undergraduates at The Academy of Contemporary Music (Guildford), with a focus on project development.

    • Adults
    • Children
    • Dementia
    • Disability
    • Elderly
    • Mental health
    • Young people
  • Locally-led training: Cyangugu 2019

    Rwanda

    We were pleased to help our partners and local trainers in Cyangugu in their decision to follow our model of providing ongoing support to participants in their introductory training to ensure a sustainable imapct. In 2019 they visited the participants in the training courses they offered in 2018 to provide advice, support and troubleshoot.

    • Children
    • Disability
    • Young people
  • Locally-led training: Community-based Living (Gisenyi) 2019

    Rwanda

    We were pleased to facilitate a locally-led training course delivered by our parterns and local trainers in Cyangugu to new staff working with The Gallagher Trust with young people with disabilities in their Community-based Living programme.

    • Young people
    • Children
    • Disability
  • University guest lecture 2019

    United Kingdom

    Guest lecture to students on the Masters in Music Therapy course at the University of the West of England, with a focus on skill-sharing as a technique for music therapists to extend the reach of their work and responsible international development practice.

    • Adults
    • Children
    • Dementia
    • Disability
    • Elderly
    • Mental health
    • Young people
  • Follow-up visit: Hospice Ethiopia, FENAID and Gefersa Mental Health Rehabilitation Centre (Addis Ababa) 2019

    Ethiopia

    We returned to our partners at Hospice Ethiopia, FENAID and Gefersa Mental Health Rehabilitation Centre to support their continued use of music, see their practice, share successes, provide some additional training and troubleshoot.

    • Disability
    • Adults
    • Elderly
    • Mental health
  • Musical instrument fund: Rwanda 2018

    Rwanda

    We were delighted to provide our Local Partners in Rwanda with new musical instruments to support their continued use of music.

    • Children
    • Disability
  • Follow-up visit: Abbeyfield (Ballachulish) 2018

    United Kingdom

    We returned to Abbeyfields, Ballachulish to support staff with their ongoing use of music following the introductory training project delivered in 2017. Sharing successes, developing practice and troubleshooting.

    • Elderly
    • Dementia
  • Consultancy: Jerusalem 2018

    Occupied Palestinian Territories

    We provided consultancy to an independent music therapist delivering introductory training to staff working with chdilren with disabilities at the Jerusalem Princess Basma Centre.

    • Children
    • Disability
    • Young people
  • Structured training: Early years (London) 2018

    United Kingdom

    Delivery of our structured training for early years practitioners in London. Hosted by James Wolfe Primary School and delivered in partnership with Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, the course comprised a series of 12 weekly seminars and a practical assignment, evidencing their practice with a Practice Portfolios and a live presentation.

    • Children
    • Disability