Emaar Participates in a Training Course Organized by Wissal Network

Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation participated in the training course organized by the Wissal Network of Culture and Free Thought Association at its headquarters located in the west of Khan Yunis.

Regarding the details, Mr. Ibrahim Sheikh Ahmed, who represented “Emaar” in this training, said that the course targeted a number of institutions affiliated with the Wissal network, the training topic was about: (Mechanisms for the prevention of gender-based violence), which comes within the activities of the Culture and Free Thought Association and the Japanese campaign For the Children of Palestine, in partnership with UN Women with funding from the Japanese government.

Mr. Sheikh Ahmed added that the training lasted for two consecutive days and included many distinctive axes and skills, including the explanation of many concepts and terms according to the classification of the United Nations; The concept of international standards, and recommendations related to human rights and intervention mechanisms. The training also included studying 3 different cases in a practical way and simulating the process of information management, referral, and handling it properly.

Sheikh Ahmed expressed his thanks to the management of Wissal Network for their efforts and constant keenness to serve the local community. Expressing his happiness and pride in participating in this valuable and effective training.

ENABLE Center holds a training session entitled: “Preparing Administrative Reports Skills”

Enable Center for Training and Capacity Development which is affiliated with Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation held a training session at its headquarters in Khan Yunis Governorate entitled: (Preparing Administrative Reports Skills), where the training was supervised by Eng. Muhammad Hammad.

The beginning of the session was attended by the Secretary of the Board of Directors of “Emaar”, Eng. Issa Hamdan, the member of the Board of Directors, Eng. Muhammad Abu Yousef, and the Deputy General Director of “Emaar” Mr. Imad Esleem.

Eng. Hamdan welcomed the participants in the session; Stressing that Emaar believes in the importance of developing and building the capabilities of its team, by providing them with different skills through courses and training meetings targeting all administrative levels in the association.

About the details, Eng. Abdel Rahman Amer -The Coordinator of Training at Emaar-, said that the training targeted all colleagues who work in the administrative field in Emaar, with the aim of unifying the policy of preparing administrative reports, especially since Emaar witnessed a significant expansion during the previous period in its various facilities and programs.

Eng. Abdel Rahman added: that the course dealt with several topics related to the layout design and the production of administrative reports, in addition to the content and format of the model report, and it also touched on several tools that can be used in the process of data collection, analysis and coordination to produce a report worthy of Emaar.

At the end of the session; Eng. Abdel Rahman thanked the meeting coach / Eng. Mohamed Hammad for his appreciated cooperation and his great keenness to complete the session with this high level of efficiency; Wishing him continued success and giving.

Basma Special School holds a meeting with students’ parents

On Wednesday, Basma Special School held a meeting with the parents of the first, second and third grades; In the presence of the School Principal, Mrs. Doaa Abu Mutlaq, The Deputy Director Ms. Sanaa Breeka, and the stage teachers.

Mrs. Duaa Abu Mutlaq welcomed the attendees, pointing out that the participation of parents in these meetings shows how much they care about their children, and their keenness to enhance and develop their abilities and skills, this is in the context of activating the role of parents and achieving progress in their children’s academic level.

Also presented the progress mechanism in the various lessons and methods of explaining and clarifying the basic skills in mathematics and the Arabic language, in addition to the most important behavioral problems facing the teachers and the parents, and  proposed methods to overcome these problems

At the end of the meeting, parents’ comments were listened to and discussed in order to conduct the educational process properly.

The school administration clarified the necessity of parents’ commitment to attend such meetings and commended those who committed to attend.

Emaar participates in the study day held by Al-Aqsa University

At the kind invitation of the administration of Al-Aqsa University // Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation participated in the study day that was held by the Department of Educational Sciences and the Department of Occupational Therapy at the university in cooperation with the Nabd Al-Salam Association for Mental and Community Health, the study day tagged by: (Community Mental Health for People with Disabilities / Protection and Advocacy).

About the details, the Deputy Director General of Emaar, Mr. Imad Esleem, said that his association “Emaar” participated in a presentation entitled: (The Role of Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation in caring for people with disabilities), which was part of the third session of the study day; the session was moderated by the Director General of Guidance and Special Education in the Ministry of Education, Dr. Khaled Abu Fadda.

During the presentation, an introduction to Emaar and its most prominent services and facilities was presented. More emphasis was also placed on the programs and services that Emaar provided and its continuous care for people with disabilities through its various projects and centers; noting that Emaar is distinguished in the integration of services provided to people with disabilities of all age groups.

Mr. Esleem promised the audience that, in the next few days, “Emaar” will carry out electronic cochlear implants for a number of children with hearing disabilities, these operations will contribute significantly to restoring children’s hearing and promoting their inclusive integration with their peers in society.

In turn, Mr. Imad Esleem thanked the administration of Al-Aqsa University for their great interest in “people with disabilities” and the scientific and preparatory committees for their excellence in implementing this study day, and to the gentlemen of the Nabd Al-Salam Association for Mental Health for their great and appreciated role in making this day a success.

“Emaar” signs a memorandum of understanding to perform cochlear implants.

Within the activities of the (Rehabilitation of Cochlear Implant and Hearing Impaired Children) project implemented by Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation with generous funding from the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development – Kuwait; Emaar’s administration in its headquarters in Khan Yunis signed an agreement with “Astemed for Medical and Hearing Solutions”; agents of MED-EL in Palestine, one of the world’s leading companies in the field of cochlear electronic devices. The signing ceremony was attended from Emaar by Dr. Samir Musa. The Board Member, and Mr. Imad Eslam, “Deputy General Manager of Emaar”, and from “Astemed” company, Mr. Tariq Tarbak, The financial and Administrative Director.

About the details, Dr. Samir said that this agreement includes performing 12 cochlear implants for children with hearing disabilities; where these processes will ensure that children are transferred from a life of brutal silence because of disability; to the blessing of hearing, interacting with others, and being self-reliant. Dr. Samir added that the next step is to complete the coordination process with the gentlemen in the Ministry of Health, with whom Emaar is proud to partner and work under their umbrella to start performing surgeries.

For his part, Mr. Esleem said: “Emaar” follows international procedures and protocols in the field of cochlear implants, which begins with diagnosis and careful examination, and passes through the process of -aural/oral rehabilitation for the child after wearing the hearing aids, and ends with the necessary medical and audio examinations; leading at the end to the cochlear implant procedure, where all these steps pass under the supervision of a working team and committees specialized in this field.

Dr. Samir thanked and appreciated the State of Kuwait, the King, the Government, and the people for their unlimited support and their great keen interest in helping the people of the Gaza Strip; he especially thanked and appreciated the honorable gentlemen of the management of The Arab Bank for Economic and Social Development – Kuwait; for their keenness and their great and permanent interest in financing qualitative and pioneering projects to serve the local community in the Gaza Strip, especially those with disabilities.

Emaar receives a delegation of the parents of children with cochlear implants

At its headquarters in Khan Yunis Governorate, Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation received a delegation of the parents of children with cochlear implants in the Gaza Strip. They were received by the Deputy General Manager of Emaar Mr. Emad Isleem, and the Administrative Assistant, Ms. Halima Al-Salmi, who accompanied them on an introductory tour of Emaar’s centers and facilities before the meeting.

Mr. Esleem welcomed the visiting delegation, providing a brief introduction about Emaar Association, and its most prominent public services; the talk focused more on the Basma Center for Audiology and Speech Therapy, the projects and services the center provides, especially in the field of hearing impairment, and the latest project Emaar is implementing through Basma Center, which includes electronic cochlear implants for a group of children.

In turn, the visiting delegation, through Eng. Mohamed Skaik, expressed his thanks and appreciation to Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation, which he described as the pioneering and distinguished association in serving children with cochlear implants and their families as well, calling for the continuity of the qualitative and important services Emaar provides to this category, which is considered one of the marginalized groups and deserves attention at the highest levels.

Skaik indicated that the final touches are being put in place to launch an official gathering group called “The Gathering Group of the Families of Children With Cochlear Implants in the Gaza Strip”. Noting that the group’s primary role will be to serve children with cochlear implants and their valued parents.

At the end of the meeting, Mr. Esleem confirmed that Emaar was, is, and will continue to be a strong supporter of children with disabilities in general, including hearing disabilities, in several fields such as education (through its affiliated Basma School), in addition to rehabilitation and care through its various centers.

“Emaar” receives a Delegation from the administration of Tamer Institute for Community Education

Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation received a high-level delegation from the administration of Tamer Institute for Community Education, the delegation was led by the director of their office in Gaza Strip, Mr. Ahmed Ashour. They were received by the Director General of Emaar, Mr. Anwar Abu Musa, and his deputy, Mr. Imad Esleem.

This visit came to inaugurate the (multi-purpose hall) on the fifth floor of the “Emaar” building, which was equipped in cooperation between “Emaar and Tamer” to be used in many upcoming activities and events, including a “cinema hall” for children in order to the psychological releases for them, Organizing awareness sessions, educational and training meetings for the various target groups.

In turn, Mr. Abu Musa welcomed the delegation of the Tamer Institution, pointing to the depth of the relationship between n the two institutions, considering “Tamer Institute” is one of the partner institutions that “Emmar” is proud to work and cooperate with in many activities and events that serve different segments of society, including children and youth.

For his part, Mr. Ashour said: The relationship with “Emaar”, which began several years ago is still one of the relationships “Tamer” is still very proud of, pointing out that Emaar is one of the distinguished associations which possesses administrative and technical expertise qualifies it to be one of the leading institutions in the Gaza Strip.

At the end of the visit, the hall’s opening ceremony was held in an atmosphere full of joy and happiness. The management of the two institutions also participated in watching a group of short films produced by a group of promising young people at the Tamer Institute. The film’s content was discussed in the midst of positive interaction and participation by all attendees.

“Emaar” receives a delegation from the World Food Program (WFP)-Administration

Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation in its headquarters in Khan Younis governorate received a delegation from the World Food Program (WFP)-administration, the delegation included Mr. Mohammed Al Jamala, the programs manager at the WFP, and Mr. Ramzi Al-Swerki, program coordinator at the Ministry of Social Development, where they were received by the Deputy General Manager of Emaar MR. Emad Isleem.

For his part, Mr. Isleem welcomed the visiting delegation, emphasizing the depth of the relationship between Emaar and the World Food Program, noting that this cooperation entailed the provision of meals on a daily basis for the benefit of all children with disabilities who receive their services in “Emaar” through Basma Special School, Atmakan Center for Special Education and the audiological rehabilitation group at Basma Center for Audiology and Speech Therapy.

The visit was conducted for an overview of the overall situation around the program implementation mechanism in “Emaar”, where the visiting delegation expressed their pleasure about the mechanism followed in implementing the program in terms of supply, conservation, storage, preparation, and distribution to children as part of safety and public health measures. After that,  the visiting delegation toured Basma School classrooms and looked at the food storage place and the preparation of meals as well.

In turn, Mr. Isleem thanked the World Food Program for its pioneering role in supporting and promoting the health of Gazan society members, especially those with disabilities, as well as the Ministry of Social Development for their efforts in supporting and continuity of the program.

Emaar distributes school bags with generous support from Muslim Care Malaysia Foundation

With generous support from Muslim Care Malaysia and in the presence of its representative in Palestine, Mr. Ahmed Ayesh Al-Najjar; Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation at its headquarter in Khan Yunis, distributed school bags for children with disabilities in Basma Private School.

for more details, the General Director of Emaar, Mr. Anwar Abu Musa, said that: Muslim Care Malaysia is one of the partner institutions with Emaar, which is proud to work with to serve the local community. Especially children with disabilities, for whom the foundation has provided many activities and projects to improve and enhance their conditions, and integrate them into society properly and effectively.

Mr. Abu Musa added: Today, 80 school bags were distributed to children with disabilities who are enrolled in the classes of Basma Private School; Noting that this activity was included in the (Back 2 School) project implemented by the foundation in Gaza Strip.

During his tour of the school, Mr. Al-Najjar expressed his pride in Emaar Association and its leading role in serving a marginalized group in Gaza Strip that deserves more and more attention and care, which is children with disabilities, referring that Muslim Care Malaysia has supported this category through many local NGOs in Gaza Strip.

On his part, Dr. Rami Al-Ghamry the Chairman of Emaar Association expressed his thanks and appreciation to Muslim Care Malaysia; and its representative in Palestine, Mr. Ahmed Ayesh Al-Najjar for their keenness and appreciated cooperation in serving the local community; especially in the difficult circumstances of Gaza Strip.

Emaar Association Held a Semi-Annual Evaluation Session for its 2022 Operational Plan

The Administration of Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation held at its headquarters in Khan Younis Governorate a semi-annual evaluation session for the operational plan for the year 2022. In the presence of the Association’s Board of Directors and Executive Board, the meeting was chaired by Dr. Ramy Al-Ghamry, Chairman of the Board.


This meeting was held within the policy of institutionalizing administrative work within the association, which seeks community leadership and provides the best services to citizens in the Gaza Strip. He stressed that follow-up and periodic constructive evaluation of the performance of the executive management is one of the main foundations for the success of any administrative work. The periodic meetings pursued by the association’s administration between the board of directors and the executive council are considered one of the main steps in the follow-up process and correct paths to achieve the desired goals.


Anwar Abu Musa, the Association’s director general, mentioned that the meeting included a presentation to the heads of the various departments and divisions. These presentations discussed the achieved goals set within the operational plan for 2022 and what will be implemented during the second half of the same year, in addition to the most significant challenges and recommendations. The meeting also included: a financial analysis, linking the association’s annual budget to the operational plan, measuring the deviation’s extent and the achievement achieved.


At the end of the meeting, Dr. Rami thanked the work team for the accomplishments. They lauded the administration’s commitment to offering the best in every regard, whether administrative, financial, or service-related. He also emphasized the need to continue using this methodology to improve the services provided to citizens.