IDRF in partnership with the A. M. Qattan Foundation (AMQF) are continuing to provide 7,600 children and youth with the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of structured educational programming at the Child Center in Gaza.
According to a medical examination conducted on over 60,000 students in Gaza by the Palestinian Information Medical Center, approximately 16% of respondents were reported to have a diagnosed medical condition; of this, 52% were attributed to a visual impairment.
The Gaza Strip faces an unprecedented humanitarian crisis, impacting livelihoods and access to essential services of its two million residents. Agriculture is one of Gaza’s most critical sectors, and as result of this conflict, they have been immensely affected.
Together with pioneering students, teachers and CFTA’s educators; the project develops educational games that feed into the curriculum to help students with sever educational challenges receive class lessons in a simplified way that is more interesting to them.