Mr. Desagneaux praised the society for being a well-renowned, reliable and pioneering organization, saying: “we knew that working with you would achieve great results for the kids”. He went on to add that “youth and education, especially for those who have special needs, are very important elements of building the future of a society—building the future of a country—and that is what we are trying to help you to do...”
Mr. Dasagneaux also expressed his thanks and praise for the partnership with NDC, highlighting that together, AFD and NDC have funded eight projects throughout the Gaza Strip in the amount of 1 million Euros, working together to strengthen civil society in Gaza and the West Bank.
The Society for the Care of the Handicapped in the Gaza Strip is partially funded by the Palestinian NGO IV Project (PNGO IV). Focusing on service provision, PNGO IV offers support to the Palestinian NGO sector through the dissemination of grants, targeted organizational capacity building and sector development. Beginning in 2010, PNGO IV is funded by AFD and the World Bank, and managed by NDC.