Our Programs


Basic Strategic Orientations 

1. Developing a set of sub-programs for creative interventions at the various stages of education.

2. Encouraging knowledge production by employing technology (technology as a catalyst).

3. Nurturing creativity and innovators and disseminating their experiences.

4. Improving infrastructure at educational institutions.

5. Encouraging enrollment in vocational and technical education as leverage for economic empowerment.

6. Facilitating student access to education at its various stages.

7. Practicing lobbying and advocacy to influence government trends wherever possible.

8. Focusing on interventions that have an impact on economic and social empowerment.

9. Improving the capacities of partner NGOs; enhancing and expanding funding and operational strategic partnerships.

10. Utilizing modern technology including digital media and interactive social media platforms to activate communication with partners.



         Zamala fellowship program is different than any other program because it is genuinely funded and managed by Palestinians. It has a positive impact on building international partnerships, production off research and articles and exchange of knowledge to be transferred in Palestine. Dr. Saida Afouneh- An- Najah University  
Zamala, a pure Palestinian initiativ
“The bridge summer school has enabled me to learn about the cultural and historical aspects of Palestine and to develop strong leadership skills.” Khalil Fahjan – from the Gaza Strip
Bridge summer school
Remedial Education has provided me with a new opportunity to improve my life and have a feeling of self-esteem. It has opened up the prospects of success for me. I hope that I will finish my studies and move forward towards the job market and future.
Opportunity to improve my life
The children enrolled at Al-‘Amal Kindergarten, that is benefitting from “Sukkar” Programme, stand out due to the spirit of initiative, individual as well as group responsibility, and cooperation. Yes, I see here children “who have been subjects of a lot of development and education”, and who are diligent and clever in their school. Nevertheless, I assert that the less-celver students are the most proactive and effective among their classmates. I feel that they previously enjoyed freedom in their kindergarten and preschool; the fact that has positively impacted the character of each one of them. After I realized that the quality of children finishing preschooling at Al-‘Amal Kindergarten and enrolling at Al-Be’neh Primary School has improved thanks to Early Childhood “Sukkar”, I am feeling comfortable that children in my village have recieved quality education. I hope that the impact of the program will not be limited to the children preschooling at Al-‘Amal Kindergarten, but it will encompass all the children in Al-Be’neh in the future. ‘Abeer Titi (teacher) – the Primary School in Al-Be’neh/ 1948 Areas
A Testimony by ‘Abeer Titi (teacher) – the Primary School in Al-Be’neh/ 1948 Areas
“I gained a lot of knowledge on how to deal with children as well as meet their basic needs. After the training, I’ve also gained knowledge on how to deal with families. I completely disrupted the kindergarten’s routine and the children are now much happier; they can channel their creative energies through reading stories, music, and game-based learning techniques. Better understanding the children’s needs has made our relationship very special”
Ghada Azzam, Teacher, Ahbab Allah Kindergarten, Al Jadira, Jerusalem

Success Stories

Mustafa, 14-years old student at Dar Al-Aytam School in Al-Thawri neighborhood in Jerusalem...Read more
“I’m so happy to get my first job opportunity, and excited to start practicing what I have learnt...Read more