ANERA’s summer camps provide 2,000 Gaza youngsters with some fun and a chance to learn about health, hygiene and nutrition.
Encouraging the love of learning for Palestinian refugee students in Jordan with the help of a generous donation of 40,000 books.
Palestinian women in the West Bank learn about self exams and other early detection measures against breast cancer.
A new secondary school is built in the West Bank village of Nahalin for 500 Palestinian girls.
Volunteers in Palestinian camp in Jordan help identify disabilities so special needs can be properly addressed.
Awareness sessions help new mothers in Lebanon understand the benefits of breastfeeding and how to overcome their fears about changing old habits.
With ANERA’s home gardens project, poor families in Gaza get food security and the potential for extra income.
ANERA’s Communications Officer, Nada Dajani, introduced 160 preschoolers in Bethlehem and Nablus to the camera and its functions.
“Because of the constant siege imposed on Gaza, the health situation and medical services have become very hard here,”
More than 6,000 families will receive food and hygiene kits.1,200 more families with pregnant or nursing mothers will get child care hygiene items.
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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