Children like 2-year-old AbedRahman are most vulnerable to infections.
Mohammed & his family depend on his bakery. A new water connection is a huge relief.
With a new sewage network in place, Halime can concentrate on caring for her family and land.
“World headlines parade millions of refugees as faceless, nameless people in need of shelter…But here they have a face.”
“I walk to school & back every day. The streets are wide & cold wind blows at me,” says Taha.
Kids at Al Najah school learn, play and develop self-confidence.
In Nablus, ANERA has helped 30 villages cope with ever-evolving challenges.
Diyafa guesthouse owners make delicious traditional dishes and learn to standardize practices and reduce cost and waste.
In makeshift tent camps, ANERA trains Syrian refugees to become leaders of public health.
Teachers train to help children with learning difficulties.
Learn about what makes ANERA a safe choice when deciding how to help Palestinian families and poor communities in the region.
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