Our Foundation primarily focuses on aiding the disadvantaged regions of the Middle East. Most of our success stories involve educating and empowering others both in and out of the Arab world. Get involved by finding a project you are inspired by, and donating to that cause!
The projects Listed below are just a few of our sucCess stories...
Our joint group with chatham house
The Amjad & Suha Bseisu Foundation have been intent on furthering our position in ending the Isreal-Palestine conflict and promote peace between the two states. Our partnership with Chatham House in the creation of a group that brings together a new generation of thinkers on the Palestinian and Israeli side to break the stalemate allows us to accomplish exactly that. This project will be called Beyond The Stalemate. Mais Peachey, the Assistant Head within the Middle East and North Africa Programme at Chatham house, explains that the aim of this newly funded group (with over £500,000 to make a difference with), "is to get Israelis and Palestinians to move beyond the present disillusionment to engage in constructive dialogue." Therefore the group, with the aid of The Amjad & Suha Bseisu Foundation will be looking to "take a fresh look at possible responses to both immediate and longer term challenges facing Israelis and Palestinians. It will not be constrained by the trajectory of the peace process to date, or merely seek to find ways of reviving it. Rather, it will assess without prejudice a wide range of proposals including new ideas developed during the course of the project’s discussions with stakeholders and expert interlocutors."
To find out more about Chatham House's work, please click the "Learn More" button below.
Our Work With Alfanar
The Amjad & Suha Bseisu Foundation are continuing our aid to the Middle East, supported by our partners Alfanar. Established in 2004, Alfanar is the first venture philanthropy organisation working exclusively in the Arab region. Our vision as well as Alfanar's is of an Arab world in which the poor and vulnerable, especially women and children, are able to access the education and opportunity they need to lead productive and dignified lives. Projects contributed to by The Amjad & Suha Bseisu Foundation include investment in children's education as well as women's empowerment in Lebanon, Libya and Egypt. Overall, these joint projects have transformed over 16,000 women and children's lives.
For more information about Alfanar, please click the "Learn More" button below. To donate to individual projects of your choice mentioned above, please click the "Donate" button below.
Our work with the national osteoporosis SOCIETY
The Amjad & Suha Bseisu Foundation are continuing our endeavors to fund research and promote activity in regards to illnesses such as osteoporosis. We have been able to do this through our support to the National Osteoporosis Society.
The National Osteoporosis Society is the only UK-wide charity dedicated to ending the pain and suffering caused by osteoporosis.
For more information about the National Osteoporosis Society , please click the "Learn More" button below. To donate to the National Osteoporosis Society please click the "Donate" button below.
our work with The nspcc
The Amjad & Suha Bseisu Foundation are continuing our endeavors to prevent child abuse all around the world. Our partnership with the NSPCC (the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) allows us to do exactly that. The NSPCC are the leading children's charity fighting to end child abuse in the UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man. They help children who have been abused to rebuild their lives, protect those at risk, and find the best ways of preventing abuse from ever happening. Partnered projects with the NSPCC include our Flaw In The Law, Child Abuse, Sex Offender, Online Safety and Self Harm campaigns. Overall, the NSPCC have made millions of children safer within the past 5 years.
To learn more about the NSPCC's work in the United Kingdom, please click the "Learn More" button. To donate to the NSPCC to help prevent child abuse, please click the "Donate" button below.
OUR WORK WITH THE U.S/MIDDLE EAST PROJECT
The Amjad & Suha Bseisu Foundation are continuing our advocacy for peace within the Middle East, by partnering with the USMEP (U.S/Middle East Project).
The U.S./Middle East Project was established in 1994 by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) under the direction of Henry Siegman, a senior fellow on the Middle East at the Council. In 2006, the U.S./Middle East Project became an independent policy institute. Its mission is to provide non partisan analysis of the Middle East peace process and to present policymakers in the United States, in the region and in the larger international community with balanced policy analysis and policy options to prevent conflict and promote stability, democracy and economic development throughout the region.
To learn more about the USMEP's work in the Middle East, please click the "Learn More" button below.
OUR WORK WITH PROFESSORS WITHOUT BORDERS
The Amjad & Suha Bseisu Foundation have been continuing our endeavors to bridge the educational divide between different nations as well as funding education within areas in need through our partnership with Professors Without Borders.
Professors Without Borders vision is to create a global community of academics who want to share their passion for knowledge with students around the world.
rofessors Without Borders wants to bridge the educational divide between countries and between students and their lecturers.
To learn more about Professors Without Borders projects, please click the "Learn More" button below. Or to volunteer at Professors Without Borders, please click the "Volunteer" button below.
Our work with paces Charity
The Amjad & Suha Bseisu Foundation are continuing our endeavors for children's education and happiness in Palestine through our partnership with PACES Charity.
PACES was founded in 2006 with the aim of providing healthy, structured after-school sports programs for Palestinian girls and boys; for girls as a means of getting them out of their homes and into programs that empower them within their communities, and for boys who would otherwise be on the streets and exposed to violence and negative or destructive influences.
Our joint projects and investments with PACES have enrolled over 10,000 students in Palestine as of 2015.
To learn more about PACES' projects, please click the "Learn More" button below. Or to donate to PACES and its supported causes, please click the "Donate" button below.
OUR WORK WIH IMET2000
The Amjad & Suha Bseisu Foundation are continuing our advocacy and endeavors towards healthcare education with our partnership with IMET2000.
IMET2000 aims to promote inexpensive, continuous and accessible healthcare education and training for all professionals working in the global health sector by exploiting the IT revolution through e-learning and self -learning programs bolted on to video conferencing and telemedicine networks and with face to face contacts where essential.
Our & IMET2000's vision is to provide a firm foundation for improved services to all those suffering from diseases and physical and mental trauma but especially in children in economically deprived societies or areas of violent conflict.
To learn more about IMET2000's projects, please click the "Learn More" button below. Or to donate to IMET2000 and its supported causes, please click the "Donate" button below.
OUr work SYRIA RELIEF
The Amjad & Suha Bseisu Foundation are continuing our endeavors to aid endangered women and children in Syria with our partnership with Syria Relief.
Syria Relief was born in Manchester, UK at the beginning of the Syrian crisis in 2011. Dismayed at the rapidly unfolding crisis in Syria, a group of friends of Syrian heritage came together to make a concerted effort to provide emergency humanitarian aid in the region, for what they initially assumed would be a short-term project.
Our aim as well as Syria Relief's is simply to ‘relieve the suffering and support the future.‘ Our objective is to provide support and care to those 7.6 million internally displaced by the conflict, thus helping to reduce the mass migration from Syria. To this end, we directly support civilians and displaced communities while providing the tools and training to help them become self-sufficient in their altered circumstances.
To learn more about Syria Relief's projects, please click the "Learn More" button below. Or to donate to Syria Relief and its supported causes, please click the "Donate" button below.