BEI Annual Conference 2013

Meeting 2012

Conference Subject: Education of Children in Underprivileged Communities

The conference took place in the Kempinsky hotel, Amman, Jordan from the 17th – 22nd November 2013.
The hosts were the King Hussein Foundation
The conference was attended by delegates from 13 organizations supported by BEI.

The King Hussein Foundation including:

The Jubilee School – Amman, Jordan
The Community Development Program – Amman, Jordan
JOHUD – The Jordanian Organization for Human Development
SNDT – Women’s University – Mumbai, India
SAHYOG – The Chehak Trust – Mumbai, India
KATHA – New Delhi, India
SIP – School Improvement Program – Udang, India
SOS CV – Baku, Azerbaijan
SOS CV – Belarus
YoungLife Africa – Orphanage, Ruiru, Kenya
Pole’Pole’ – Malindi, Kenya
Watoto – Malindi, Kenya
ADI – The African Dreams Initiative, Kampala, Uganda
BSUF – Buyemba Subira Uganda Fund, Butansi Village, Uganda

BEI Conference program:

Day 1: 17th Nov. Participants arrivals and Welcome cocktails
Day 2: Inauguration and presentations of all participating organizations
Day 3: 4 plenary sessions
Day 4: Trip to the ancient Roman city of Jerash and the church of Madaba with lunch in a traditional Jordanian restaurant in Madaba village.
Day 5: Departures day.

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About BEI

The Barrington Education Initiative (BEI) is a private charitable foundation registered in Austria that focuses on improving the education, health and welfare of children in impoverished communities in various parts of the world. We cooperate with NGO’s and professionals and are guided by their knowledge and experience, in promoting meaningful projects.

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