Design for change

Design for Change (DFC)

Design for Change (DFC) Design for Change (DFC) is a global movement that cultivates the ‘I Can’ mindset in every child. This ‘I Can’ spirit empowers children and gives them an opportunity to express their own ideas for a better world and put them into action. Design for Change was born out of the conviction that children are not helpless, that change is […]

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NETKETABi NETKETABi is a multi-dimensional educational solution that aims to build the competencies of a Palestinian youth by creating 21st-century skills development opportunities. By providing school-age youth with access to customized laptops containing new educational content along with services that promote intellectual stimulation in and out of the classroom, youth are engaged in a self-learning

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Virtual Institute for Employment & Work (VIEW) This project is designed to create and maintain an on-line virtual work portal that will offer virtual work opportunities for Palestinian youth. VIEW will be presented as a website and a mobile application and will create linkages between youth and employers from different sectors locally, regionally and internationally.

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Edu4ALL Edu4ALL aims at supporting the inclusion of students with disabilities in HE by establishing an “Inclusive Education Unit” that follows the international standards with the objective of equality in Education, Activities, and Services. We target students who are blind or low vision, deaf or hard of hearing, or those who have motor disability. To

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Makkeni – Empower me

Makkeni Makkeni fosters the economic empowerment of fresh female graduates to prepare them to enter the market in the fields of digital marketing and digital media. The project aims to work towards expanding women’s opportunities and participation in Palestine’s growing economy by developing women’s talents, providing networking opportunities, and encouraging entrepreneurship. Specifically, the project addresses

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lets mod


Let’sMOD PSD has been implementing the Polyup program since 2018. Polyup is a computational thinking playground where students can experiment with elements of mathematics and computer science. Polyup’s playground allows anyone to create an activity (known as a Poly machine) and share it with anyone else to play said activity. In this sense, Polyup is

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TechCamp TechCamp Ramallah: Business Success through Academic Excellence provided university students the critical thinking skills, tech-savvy, and ability to innovate that they need to survive and thrive in the private sector. This workshop and activities strengthened linkages between students and Palestinian businesses by focusing on the power of technology to solve real-world problems and drive

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Milon The milON initiative is a collaborative effort between journalists, filmmakers, coders, educationalists and media trainers in Jordan, Palestine, and Tunisia, with technical and financial support from Sweden. The aim of milON is to strengthen media awareness and critical thinking skills amongst children and youth. In the MENA region, with its history of state-controlled media

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ECFOLI ECFOLI is an innovative Media education and Information Literacy (MIL) project aiming at fostering sustainable conflict resolution strategies through the study and ownership of the common Mediterranean culture, in particular local cultural heritage. The project overall involved five countries including Portugal, Palestine, Cyprus, Morocco, and France targeting youth age 16. The project was funded

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iCode In 2014, PSD expanded its programming towards the integration of technology, particularly coding, to reinforce ICT, problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, and teamwork as core skill among Palestinian students. Innovative projects such as iCode introduced coding skills to middle and high school students throughout the West Bank and Gaza who had limited or no

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