Welcome to i-CARE project website, which provides detailed and comprehensive information about the project activities and implementation including its Work package, Consortium Board, Resources, Dissemination, and Project Team.
The representative of the Palestinian-European Cooperation Mission for Higher Education, Director of the Erasmus office in Palestine, Dr. Nasal Al-Jayousi, and the iCare project team represented by the project manager, Dr. Ahmed Issa, and the partners from Al-Azhar University, the Islamic University and the University College of Applied Sciences opened three laboratories at Al-Azhar University implemented within the project to increase academic compatibility towards qualification engineering (i-CARE), which are the Rehabilitation Engineering and Technology Laboratory, and the Supportive Technologies and Devices Laboratory, and a laboratory for diagnostic and rehabilitation devices implemented at the headquarters of Al-Wafa Hospital for Medical Rehabilitation was opened to train students of partner universities within the work environment.
Closing of AbilityTech Academy
The closing day lunched with a project presentation and evaluation session by the specialized jury in engineering, medical sciences and project management, represented by (Prof. Mahmoud Serdah, Dr. Ezz El-Din Adwan, Dr. Sami Abu Shamala), then the project manager and partners participated in delivering motivational speeches. For students to complete their projects and work hard on them.
A detailed video of all stages of the academy's implementation was also shown, and concluded by announcing the names of the winning teams:
First place: Myotech team represented by: Marah Al-Damairi, Mahmoud Abu Odeh, Muhannad Abdel-Aal,
Second place: SA (Smart Air Matters) team represented by: Moamen Al-Sammak, Walaa Murtaja, Ali Obaid,
Third place: the (Skilled-Team) team represented by: Shahd Al-Badrasawy, Ihab Alyan, Amani Jarada, Heba Obaid
It is noteworthy that the AbilityTech Academy implemented within the project increasing the Conformance of Academia towards Rehabilitation Engineering (i-CARE) targets students of engineering and medical specializations from local Palestinian universities in the Gaza Strip. Projects serving people with disabilities by academics and experts in the field of rehabilitation engineering.
Where the Academy was held in three phases: