Prof. Hala J. El-Khozondar visited the partners at BOKU. The visit started on April 22, 2018 and ended by May 5, 2018. During the visit, several activates are performed. Prof. El-Khozondar and the team in BOKU (Prof. Christoph Pfeifer and Dr. Rafat Al Afif) had a chance every day to discuss the main aspects and activities that should be doen for next two years. Moreover, Prof. El-Khozondar and the team in BOKU set the guidelines for future steps in the projects and further collaborations ideas. The discussion involved the e-learning modules, how and when to present the prepared materials to staff and students in Gaza. The method of grading. Moreover, they discussed a common scientific work that will be submitted to 7th conference which will be held in November 2018 in Gaza. Prof. El-Khozondar had a chance to visit Movement-Maker laboratory at BOKU. She had a chance to see the solar system module, which has been built at BOKU by supervision of the team in BOKU. She learned how the team at BOKU built the solar module. She also has a chance to see the 3-D printers at BOKU. She learned how they operate. Interestingly, 3-D printer is used to create some parts of the solar module. A similar module and 3-D printer will soon be at IUG University in Gaza. During her visit, Prof. El-Khozondar had a chance to meet the director of the center for international relations Dr. Margarita Calderón-Peter. The meeting was a fruitful meeting in which a summary of the achievement of the project is given to Dr. Calderón-Peter. In addition, a brain storming about further collaborations between current teams and other teams. Team agreed to start preparation for Erasmus-Plus new call in October. What is really furnish the visit to BOKU is the opportunity, which has given to Prof. El-khozondar to explore the academic life in BOKU. She attended a lecture by Prof. Michael Stockenhuber who is also a visiting professor at the same time. He is a professor at the University of Newcastle in Australia. The topic of his talk is very interested in related to the topic of our project. In addition, she had a chance to attend a M.Sc. thesis for a BOKU student who did a great job about garbage sorting. Moreover, Prof. El-Khozondar had a chance to meet Ms. Martina Fröhlich who is the project team member from sociology department. Ms. Martina Fröhlich invited Prof. El-Khozondar and the team from BOKU to attend a short movie about the experience of Profs from BOKU at foreign countries. The movie was interesting. The professors from BOKU discussed the difficulties they had in different countries. They talk about cultural difference, which mainly starts from the language differences. Moreover, Ms. Martina Fröhlich invited Prof. El-Khozondar to share in other the social activities that held at BOKU. For example, Prof. El-Khozondar attended daughters’ day. In this day, girls older than 13 years old are invited to learn about BOKU. They had a chance to visit all the facilities at BOKU and know the interesting subjects that BOKU offer to the students. In addition, Ms. Martina Fröhlich gave Prof. El-Khozondar a tour in the kindergarten at BOKU, which serve students and faculty from BOKU. Ms. Martina Fröhlich arranged for Prof. El-Khozondar to meet external relation officers. The external relation works explained to Prof. El-Khozondar several activities they perform to attract female students to different fields of science. For example, they have a science camp for female students only to perform their own experiments in different scientific sections. Afterwards, a long conversation between the Ms. Martina Fröhlich, Dr. Rafat Al Afif and Prof. El-Khozondar regarding the tasks that Ms. Martina Fröhlich can do to support the project. It has been agreed that she will write a report about the most interesting activities which targeted women in early ages to encourage them to study science. In the visit, Prof. El-Khozondar with Dr Rafat Al Afif met Ms. Nicoleta Nikisianli who is the contact person for the project at OeAD. The team members explain to Nicoleta the main achievements of the project including the solar cell module at BOKU, which is now part of the study plan. Ms. Nicoleta Nikisianli had a chance to see the solar cell module. She was happy with what she has already seen and heard.