Ajyal Foundation for Education was established in 2018 by a group of passionate people who strongly believe that improving access to quality and innovative education is the best way to lift disadvantaged communities out of poverty, particularly children and the young generation! We at Ajyal strongly believe that children have the right to have access to a safe, respectful, inclusive, engaging and enriching education.
Foundation’s overseas work prioritises interventions that benefit the Palestinian children, youth and young adults in Palestine and other countries in the Middle East, particularly those living in refugee camps. The Trustees of the Foundation are also keen to support the education of other refugee communities in the Middle East and Europe.
The Foundation aims to:
Support early childhood education;
Improve child achievement by improving the quality and the overall educational environment at primary and secondary levels;
Support the education of children with special needs and/or disabilities;
Support innovation and technology in education;
Ensure that educational challenges pertaining to gender are addressed;
Improve access to arts, culture and music education;
Promoting the wellbeing of disadvantaged communities by breaking the barriers to progress through investing in their education.
Partnering with organizations that share our vision and mission in order to contribute to having a sustainable impact on and for the Foundation's target communities, while being driven by passion, professionalism and integrity.
Fostering leadership, innovation and collaboration to help create opportunities and facilitate the young generation’s journey towards a better future;
Improving access to quality education for children at all levels while providing special attention to children and youth with disability and special needs;
Supporting innovative educational and cultural projects and initiatives that enhance and enrich the educational environment and promote genuine advances in youth knowledge and skills acquisition.