more then one million euro for the scholarships
In September 2016 an amount of €1,014,269 had been spent on scholarships since the start of the programme in 1990. At that time, it was a milestone, now it is just a road mark on a continuous way. We are very proud to be able to say this.
Photo above: Rania, first Bedouin female doctor in Israel, graduated in 2008
To guarantee the continuity of this scholarship programme SANA Foundation, our partner NGO in Israel was established some years ago. Our joint efforts are already paying off for both foundations. This year seven students out of a total of ten receive their scholarships and coaching from SANA Foundation. One of these scholarships is funded by reimbursements of loans, the six remaining are financed by our contributions to SANA Foundation. Three students are still supported by scholarships and coaching from The Netherlands.
Read here the latest half-yearly impressions by the students.
We hope we can count on your enthusiasm to contribute to scholarships for Palestinian students in Israel.
Read more about this in the annual report 2019.