Our Mission

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The John Aves Educational Project seeks to empower disadvantaged young people to fulfill their potential through educational achievement in order for them to better serve their community.

News

St. Giles Parish Church generous donations

Edmund and Anne Aves visited St. Giles on 22 June to talk about JAEP. Edmund delivered his first very well received talk.

Thanks to some extremely generous parishioners we received £3461 in donations, with gift aid this becomes £4280.

This incredible support means we have raised over £61447.

April 2014 Bahaa reports on Sky News

Bahaa graduated from City University in July 2013 and is now working as  News Presenter / Producer at al Arabi TV.
In April 2014 one of his reports was featured on Sky News

Jacob Boswall volunteering in Dheisheh Camp from January to March 2014

Marwah, Nibal, Jacob, Fadi

Jacob Boswall returned on 1 April 2014 from three months volunteering for Karama. He has been based in Dheisheh Camp. Jacob is the grandson of a Norfolk clergyman who worked with John. 

During his time in Dheisheh Jacob kept a journal which can be found at:

Included in the journal is a description of visiting three JAEP students at Al Quds University.

The picture is of Marwah, Nibal, Jacob and Fadi in Dheisheh

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Our Approach

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With the support of Rt Rev Graham James, Bishop of Norwich, continues exploring opportunities to develop its work and outreach. We provide scholarships to bright and disadvantaged young people to fulfill their potential and continue their education in their own communities. - The Project works with universities in the Holy Land to identify deserving students from Dheisheh Refugee Camp capable of making a positive impact. - We continue to develop our links with other communities in the Holy Land to ensure we identify the most appropriate students.

Introduction to the work of JAEP

Aysar's Story