Improving Well-Being and Learning Environments in the Middle East

Ramallah, Palestinian Territories, West Bank

Elham Palestine is a nationwide program extending throughout Gaza and the West Bank that aims at improving the physical, mental, psychological, and social well-being of Palestinian children and enhancing their learning environments to become more conducive for their well-being. The program seeks to recognize, develop, and create resources for the educational system from inspiring initiatives implemented by dedicated principles, counselors, teachers, and students. Elham utilizes a participatory approach which engages the youth, local communities, and a multi-stakeholder partnership that includes governmental and non-governmental organizations.

Elham is the Middle East setting of whole child partner Learning for Well Being and the principles and framework developed by the Universal Education Foundation. Learning for Well-Being seeks to promote child well-being across not only Europe and the Middle East, but also across each society. It focuses on all sectors of that society—health, mental health, social affairs, as well as education—aiming to influence policy development in and across each with regard to child well-being.

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