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January 11, 2024

A capitalisation project in Lebanon on the interdisciplinary approach

Supported by the Agence Française de Développement, the Fondation de France and PARTAGE, the Mouvement Social Libanais worked with communities in Beirut, Lebanon, from 2021 to 2023 through the LINK1 project, helping to increase the resilience of vulnerable communities affected by the Lebanese crises through multi-sectoral support activities.

This document is the result of a capitalisation study carried out by the Lebanese agency 360Consulting on the interdisciplinary approach tested in the three Social Movement centres: Borj Hamoud, Jnah and Sin-el-Fil.

January 11, 2024

A capitalization project in Lebanon on digital learning

Supported by the Agence Française de Développement, the Fondation de France and PARTAGE, the Mouvement Social Libanais worked with communities in Beirut, Lebanon, from 2021 to 2023 through the LINK1 project, helping to increase the resilience of vulnerable communities affected by the Lebanese crises through multi-sectoral support activities.

This document is the result of a capitalization work carried out by the Lebanese agency 360Consulting on digital learning experimented in the three centres of the Social Movement : Borj Hamoud, Jnah and Sin-el-Fil.

May 15, 2023

Key lessons for improving distance education… or rethinking face-to-face pedagogy

Most of the distance education practices capitalised on in this document were put in place in the context of the crisis linked to the COVID 19 pandemic. An almost ‘forced’ transition to e-learning led PARTAGE RISE member organisations to innovate by inventing new ways of doing things to provide responses and ensure continuity of learning.

  • This period has demonstrated the capacity of PARTAGE RISE members to adapt to a new context; to rethink their pedagogy and to propose original solutions. One can speak of a real “pedagogical resilience”.
  • This period was also a period of intense learning for all: teachers, parents, children. Everyone at their own level showed adaptation, capacity for change and creativity. All of these elements were crucial in adapting the learning arrangements.

The lessons, know-how and interpersonal skills developed during this period, but also discovered during the capitalisation, can be reused to define or enrich new teaching strategies.

They will allow :

  • To be better equipped to face possible crises (improve or set up proposals and distance education systems);
  • To renew pedagogical practices in the classroom, based on the rediscovery of distance education, which forces us to rethink education and the place of children.
June 22, 2021

These systematisation documents carried out by San Juan in Ecuador allow to approach certain activities carried out by the foundation to accompany children with special needs.

The aim of the documents are :

“Psychomotricity as a Therapeutic Tool”.

– To explain the usefulness of psychomotricity as a therapeutic tool in the different areas of the Foundation Centro San Juan de Jerusalén.
– To describe the benefits of psychomotor skills in the development of children in the pre-school stage.
– To present psychomotor activities for each therapeutic area.

“Swallowing alterations in cerebral palsy”.

– To explain feeding and swallowing processes in children with cerebral palsy.
– To raise awareness of the importance of using appropriate techniques for feeding a child with cerebral palsy.
– To explain the process of decontraction and correct positioning of a child with cerebral palsy, before, during and after feeding.
– To share the experience of the professionals of the San JuAN of Jerusalem Centre Foundation in the management of feeding children with cerebral palsy.

“Virtual Open House: We are San Juan”.

– To provide information on the services offered by the San Juan of Jerusalem Foundation.
– To show in a visual way the activities carried out in each area of the Foundation.
– To show the institutional organisation and the physical spaces.
– To show the transdisciplinary, integral and inclusive work of the Foundation.

June 22, 2021

These capitalization documents were produced by San Juan in Ecuador, and are addressed to educators and parents on the implications for education of the learning difficulties of children with disabilities. The documents take particular account of COVID-19.

Objectives of the documents :

“Neurofunctions in school performance”.

-To demonstrate the importance of neurofunctions during early childhood and their relation to the structuring of literacy and numeracy through a transdisciplinary intervention.
-To describe clear and practical procedures for the stimulation of the development of neurofunctions.
-To explain the methodology of the pedagogical corners with a focus on neurofunctions.

“Pedagogical orientation in early education during quarantine”.

– Explain the importance of early education in children, for the development of skills necessary for learning.
– To provide pedagogical strategies for the management of virtual classrooms in times of pandemic.
– Describe the importance of emotional education in the family and the need for the expression of emotions and feelings.

“Development of basic skills for the writing process”.

– Describe the basic skills for the acquisition of writing and their development.
– Explain the importance of adequate stimulation for the writing process.
– Recommend play activities for the stimulation of writing through play.

“Techniques for language development 0-3 years”.

– To explain the normal development of language in children from 0-3 years of age.
– To explain techniques for language stimulation in children from 0-3 years of age.

“Being a teacher and who thinks about me?”

– Support teachers to take time for themselves, to express themselves, to share with others in their work, in this time of pandemic where the participation of teachers in online education has been fundamental.
– Provide stress management strategies such as breathing, relaxation and manual work.

December 8, 2020

These capitalisation documents take up the information given by the San Juan member in Ecuador, and are aimed at parents (and professionals) on the role of the family in supporting a child with a disability. The documents take particular account of COVID-19 and suggest activities and routines to be carried out at home.

Objectives of the documents:

“Role of the family and the child with learning difficulties and/or disability”.

– To provide information on the medical management of a child with a disability during confinement.
– To explain therapeutic intervention through teletherapy and the importance of routines.
– To guide parents on managing the behaviour of children with and without disabilities and the family during confinement.

“My child, my mirror”, “Boundaries, containment in crisis”.

– To make parents aware of the crucial influence of their personality and their way of raising on the integral development of their children.
– To reflect on how boundaries and routines are one of the most important foundations for the safe growth of children and adolescents.


– To provide a virtual and interactive space where parents can share their experiences, feeling the trust and support of others.
– Discover internal tools that allow them to strengthen themselves to continue parenting as resilient beings.

December 8, 2020

Ce document est une capitalisation réalisée par Bandos Komar au Cambodge, en base à leur expérience dans la réalisation de leur plan stratégique 2020-2024 il permet d’en comprendre le processus, les pratiques inspirantes et les enseignements tirés.

Bandos Komar met aussi à disposition les termes de référence de la réalisation du plan stratégique, il décrit les responsabilités et étapes dans le processus de création du plan.

November 30, 2020
November 30, 2020

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and at the request of its members, Partage RISE has been organising and facilitating context video-conferences every 3 months.  The videoconferences are carried out in small committees in the different languages of exchange (French, English, Spanish/Portuguese) then the minutes are translated to be made available to all. The objectives of these exchanges are as follows:
To give news about each other;
To exchange on the situation of Covid-19 in the countries of intervention;
To give everyone the opportunity to present the activities/actions carried out locally;
To share ideas, good practices.

November 30, 2020

The workshop entitled “Philosophy and Suzuki methodology” presents an approach of philosophical and methodological knowledge on how to develop the musical and educational talent and skills innate to all children. It is presented by Andrea Raza, coordinator of INEPE’s musical talent education program, piano and voice teacher and director of the INEPE choir. The recording took place on 16/10/2020.



November 30, 2020

These documents are infographies for civil society organisations, parents and children, produced by the Thai member CPCR. These documents identify the do’s and don’ts to protect children from violence in the family, school, community, society and the media.