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£640
raised of £2,500 target by 18 supporters

    Weʼve raised £640 to give Saharawi refugee children the joy of music

    London, United Kingdom
    Funded on Saturday, 16th January 2016

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    "Stave House in the Sahara" aims to establish music education as part of the primary school curriculum in the Saharawi refugee camps (SW Algeria). The camps are home to 150,000 refugees who have been stranded in the desert for 40 years.

    Working with ethnomusicologist Violeta Ruano, Stave House is raising funds to run a 3-month pilot to:
    - Teach music to a group of 30 children
    - Train a group of local teachers
    - Give basic English language skills
    - Explore future avenues for the project

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    • Stave House in the Sahara4 years ago
      Stave House in the Sahara

      Stave House in the Sahara

      4 years ago
      Update from the Page owner

      Dear friends! Thank you for your support for the music project "Stave House in the Sahara", it means the world to us & the Saharawi children! Apart from the money raised through this campaign, we're organising concerts, a benefit CD & other fun things to raise the remaining funds. We start working in February in collaboration with the Saharawi Ministries of Culture & Education, who have already committed their involvement. Follow us on social media to keep updated about this fantastic journey! // ¡Queridos amigos! Muchísimas gracias por vuestro apoyo al proyecto musical "Stave House en el Sáhara", ¡lo significa todo para nosotros y los niños saharauis! Aparte del dinero sacado a través de esta campaña, estamos organizando conciertos, un CD solidario y otras actividades divertidas para sacar los fondos restantes. Empezaremos a trabajar en febrero con la colaboración de los ministerios de cultura y educación saharauis. ¡Síguenos en las redes para estar al día de este maravilloso viaje!

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    • Stave House in the Sahara4 years ago
      Stave House in the Sahara

      Stave House in the Sahara

      4 years ago

      What Stave House in the Sahara is all about! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MM4V2xWqYAM Comments? Suggestions? Potential collaborations? Write to us on stavehouseinthesahara@gmail.com

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    4 years ago

    Stave House in the Sahara started crowdfunding

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    Page last updated on: 1/16/2016 18.34

    Supporters

    18

    • Carmen, Lara y Javier

      Carmen, Lara y Javier

      Jan 16, 2016

      para que haya futuras generaciones de músicos saharauis. Animo!

      £40.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jan 15, 2016

      Good luck!

      £20.00

    • Leonardo Rossetti

      Leonardo Rossetti

      Jan 9, 2016

      I really hope you meet the target, best wishes

      £10.00

    • Lucía :)

      Lucía :)

      Jan 7, 2016

      £30.00

    • Alice

      Alice

      Jan 6, 2016

      £20.00

    • Nicky & Marie

      Nicky & Marie

      Jan 2, 2016

      Great initiative.

      £30.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Dec 29, 2015

      Thank you for your support!

      £20.00

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    Stave House in the Sahara

    Stave House in the Sahara

    London, United Kingdom

    Developed by Ruth Travers, Stave House is an innovative music teaching method using magnets & stories to engage children. It is used extensively in UK primary schools. Violeta Ruano is an ethnomusicologist with extensive experience working in the Saharawi refugee camps.

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