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Because of the desperate economic conditions on the West Bank and in Gaza it is essential that we recruit as much support for the Medical Schools from outside the Occupied Territories as is possible.

 

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Fundraising

Because of the desperate economic conditions on the West Bank and in Gaza it is essential that we recruit as much support for the Medical School from outside the Occupied Territories as is possible. 

To be of significant assistance to the school we need to raise at least £200,000 per year. 

 

Our funds come from:

1. Membership subscriptions

2. Individual donations

3. Grants from charitable trusts and companies

4. Fundraising events

 

Through the Gift Aid Scheme we reclaim for the charity such sums as have been paid on donations made by UK taxpayers. For standard rate taxpayers this increases the value of their donations by 25%.

 

 

Appeal Projects 

 

The constant concern of FQMS is to provide responsive support to meet emergency needs and to fill the gaps in provision. You can choose to allocate your support to one of these Funds or our General Fund for Medical Education.  

 

Project A 

FQMS General Fund: a fund for response to emergency and the current financial crisis where the future and function of the Schools are threatened with closure.
£125,000 pa
 

 

Project B

Staff Support: both emergency and longer term selected help for faculty to provide basic support for some faculty members - Visiting lecturers and examiners, research and conference participation.
£66,000 pa

 

Project C

Student Support:  support for the two outstanding medical student societies: the Palestinian Medical Student Society (PMSS) and the Palestine chapter of the International Federation of Medical Students' Associations, includes grants for Elective Clinical Placements organised by the PMSS and IFMSA jointly, emergency accommodation for students in clinical training.
£40,000 pa

 

Project D

Support and training for web based e-learning and distance learning -for the purchase, installation and furnishing of vitally needed equipment for the use of Faculty and Students; including computers for library, teaching and examination use, overhead projectors, Anatomy models and clinical skills programmes.
£150,000 pa

 

Project E

Scholarships for Students: this fund aims to help some outstanding students selected both for the high grade merit of their work and proven family need: an encouragement to competition and higher standards throughout the medical schools of Palestine.
£40,000 pa

 

Project F

Sub-Specialty Training: a fund for providing the high level skills for the best practice in Palestine in specialist fields so far not available: where patients have to leave the country to obtain treatment and the skills students cannot gain the supervision to learn.
£120,000 pa

 

Project G

Centre for Medical Education Fund: courses & symposia to update Palestinian doctors with the recent advances in medical research and n p. A programme of monthly presentations from the UK or elsewhere for the presentations.
£20,000pa