Donors & Partners

USAID West Bank/Gaza

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is the supporter of IPCRI’s largest project at present. They support our youth empowerment and bi-national cooperation project in mixed Jewish and Palestinian/Arab cities in Israel; ‘Young Leaders – Partners for Change’. More information about the project go to the project's website at www.partners4change.org.il. 

Royal Embassy of the Netherlands

The Dutch Embassy supports IPCRI’s public meetings ‘Afternoons with IPCRI’ where we bring experts to discuss current issues with the public. To see event pages for our Afternoon meetings, please check our facebook page

GIZ: German organisation for international cooperation

GIZ supports our Downtown East Jerusalem Business Empowerment project. A project that maps the needs of the small and medium sized businesses in East Jerusalem. More information about the project, read our needs analysis of the Downtown East Jerusalem Business Area.

Osprey foundation

Osprey supports our aquaponics project. This project helps small communities in the West Bank in food security. More information about the project, see our project on aquaponics.


The Zivik programme, which is based in Berlin and forms part of the Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations (ifa), advises non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and the German Federal Foreign Office on civilian conflict resolution. The programme is financed through funding provided by the German Foreign Office and supports IPCRI's "Women Leadership: Rising Voices in Conflict Resolution" project.