Emaar Launches “Cochlear Implant for Children with Hearing Impairment” Project

Emaar launches the activities of “cochlear implant for children with hearing impairment” project funded by the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development with 280 thousand dollars.

Dr. Rami Alghamri, the chairman of Emaar, said that the Association will implement the project in five stages in coordination with stakeholders. He also mentioned that the project will contribute to the construction of the first floor at Basma Compound for people with hearing impairment in order to provide the rehabilitation services.

Alghamri confirmed that this is the first time for the Association to implant 10 cochlea for 10 children with hearing impairment, this will be conducted in cooperation with the Palestinian Ministry of Health. He also added that the project activities will include an early detection of hearing disorders by using the ABR device and 2500 rehabilitation sessions for the target group and Basma students.

Al-Ghamri thanked the Kuwaiti government and people for their dedicated support to the Palestinian cause, stressing the strong relationship between Emaar Association and the Arab Fund in carrying out several important projects.

Free Dental Examination for Basma Special School Students

Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation in cooperation with Global Dental Center implements free dental examination for Basma Special School students


Emaar Association and the Directorate of Education is seeking ways to provide the best educational services

Basma Special School won the first award as the best school in Palestine

      Basma Special School won the first award of Nabil Hani Al-Qaddoumi Excellence in Education Award (titled: Exceptional Schools for a Better Future, 2017).

       A ceremony was held in Al-Bireh, and via video conferencing with Gaza and Beirut to announce Taawon 2017 award winners, in the presence of a significant number of legal personalities, civil institutions, and experts in the fields of development.

       Emaar’s Chairman, Dr. Rami Al-Ghamri, represented the Association in the ceremony and expressed his happiness of the outstanding success of Basma Special School. He also explained the great importance of such institutions that encourage innovation in Palestine.

      Al Ghamri pointed out that keeping this success in the upcoming days is going to be very challenging under the siege policy and occupation that target education in Palestine.

    Finally, Dr. Rami appreciated Emaar’s hard work and devotion to empower and provide inclusive education for children with disabilities. He also directed his commending to everybody who contributed to this remarkable achievement including: the creative teaching staff, the community participation, and the creativity and excellence shown by the children of the school during their education.

   Worth noting that the award is worth 50,000 USD.