Music and Art for Children in Palestine

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Creative expression has educational and psychological value for young children, especially for those living in turbulent conditions — like children in Palestine.

That’s why music and the arts are a key component of Anera’s early childhood development program in Gaza and the West Bank.

Anera works with Al Kamandjati Association to train teachers in expressive arts and bring creative programming into schools and summer camps, giving children the opportunity and means to express themselves.

Watch Teachers Bring Expressive Arts Training into Palestine Preschools

Learn more about how we train teachers in Palestine and incorporate music and the arts into curriculum.



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