Denmark signs a USD 4.6 million with NDC to support Human Rights and Good Governance Secretariat
The Danish Government joined on Monday Dec. 6, the Human Rights and Good Governance Secretariat that the NGO Development Center (NDC) is managing, by signing a funding agreement with the NDC for USD 4.6 million. By signing this agreement, the total funding for the second phase of the Secretariat which continues until June 2013, reaches USD 16.2 million. Denmark is a founding member in the first phase of the Secretariat which was established in 2008, and joined today beside Switzerland, the Netherlands and Sweden.
NDC Signs a Euro 5 Million Financing Agreement with the AFD
On Tuesday, September 7, 2010, the NGO Development Center (NDC) signed a financing agreement with the French Development Agency (AFD) for a total amount of Euro 5 Million over a period of four years. The signing ceremony took place at the NGO Development Center in Alram. The agreement was signed by Mr. Herve Conan, the Country Director of the AFD, Mr. Ghassan Kasabreh, NDC Director, and by his Excellency the Consul General of France in Jerusalem, Mr. Frederic Desagneaux.
The NGO Development Center and NGO umbrella networks hold consultation workshop with international donors
The NGO Sector Strategic Framework for 2013-2017 will be based on broad and deep consultation with all stakeholders.
AFKAR Concludes the Palestinian Debate Forum Competition in 43 Public Schools within Four Palestinian Governorates
AFKAR for Educational and Cultural Development accomplished, as of PDFC events, and in cooperation with the Ministry of Education/ General Administration for Activities and Programs, the second chapter of the preliminary phase, funded by the NGOs Development Center (NDC), on Thursday 10/5/2012, at Al-Ispaniyah School in Salfit.
NDC signs ‘Special Grant Facility’ agreements with nine human rights NGOs
On Monday 21st of May, nine grant agreements were signed with NGOs working in the West Bank and Gaza Strip at the NGO Development Center’s (NDC’s) main office in Al Ram. Ghassan Kasabreh (NDC Director), Jamileh Sahlieh (Grants Program Manager), Shadi Qare’ (Finance and Admin Manager) and Sjoerd Wiemer Sjoerdsma (Netherlands Representative Office Policy Officer) joined representatives of the successful applicant NGOs to sign the grant agreements.
PCBS reviews the current use of technology in the Palestinian Territory on the occasion of World Information Society Day
In 2011, 50.9% of households owned a computer in the Palestinian Territory: 53.2% in the West Bank and 46.5% in Gaza Strip. In 2004, around one quarter (26.4%) of households had a computer. Percentage of Households having Computer by Region, Selected Years In 2011, 53.7% of individuals (10 years and over) in the Palestinian Territory have access to computer: 54.8% in the West Bank and 51.7% in Gaza Strip: and 58.5% of males and 48.7% of females. Whereas in 2004, 35.7% of individuals have access to computer.
The NGO Development Center Holds Annual General Assembly Meeting
The continuous growth of NDC’s governance structure ensures a vibrant process of self-regulation.
Hurryyat Calls upon WHO and Amnesty International for an Urgent Intervention to Save the lives of Ailing Prisoners
The Center for Defense of Liberties and Civil Rights-‘Hurryyat’ issued a statement calling for the World Health Organization, Amnesty International, the International Committee of Red Cross and all international human rights organizations to intervene immediately to save the lives of the ailing prisoners in Israeli prisons.
NDC and Palestinian National Institute of NGOs hold an information meeting in Salfit
NDC seeks out the needs, concerns and hopes of small NGOs and CBOs in the northern governorates.
AFKAR Offers Activities and Programs to Adjust Students’ Behaviors
The start of year 2012 witnessed a quantum leap regarding program, managerial, financial, and strategic development to Afkar For Educational & Cultural Development. Since its’ establishment, the organization has striven to offer activities and programs necessary and influential to adjust students’ behaviors, and to successfully use education participatory tools. This progress was accompanied with signing partnership agreements and offering technical assistance by the funders for raising service level presented by AFKAR to its targeted groups.