The Center for Development Studies, in cooperation and partnership with Proteknôn, is carrying out a midterm evaluation for the Right to Play Together/Ma’an Program, a five-year project (2019-2024) that aims to address the obstacles to providing quality education for Palestinian refugee children in UNRWA schools in both the West Bank and Gaza. The project provides primary and physical education teachers and school counselors with the skills needed to support girls’ and boys’ learning and promote psychosocial well-being. Child-centered interventions are integrated into teaching practice both inside and outside the classroom, improving the quality of education for girls and boys. The project also works to promote safer school environments for play and better WASH facilities, as well as support for UNRWA school leadership and education officials to implement existing policies and strategies related to gender equality and child protection. and psychological and social well-being. The midterm evaluation integrates a mixed-methods approach which includes a quantitative survey and qualitative data collection.
“Nothing about Us without Us: strengthening of the roles and the competencies of the Organizations of Persons with Disability (DPOs) for the promotion of the rights of persons with disability in Palestine”
Supported by Educaid, and implemented in partnership with various partners The aim of the project is to promote the rights of Persons with DisabilitiesRead More
Research study on the environmental prejudice caused by Israeli settler violence and Israeli Settlements in the West Bank
In cooperation with Priemiere Urgence Internationale The research project focuses on violence by Israeli settler colonialism, and how it is structured and practiced inRead More