Skills learned in an ANERA education program help Gaza teachers and their students deal with the traumas of conflict.
Donated wheelchairs have changed the lives of hundreds of kids and adults alike, by making mobility less of a daily struggle.
ANERA helped farmers in the Bekaa Valley to efficiently use water and adopt techniques to cultivate new farm land.
New graduates from vocational training program in Palestinian refugee camp show off their sporting skills too.
Om Mahmoud, mother of six: “It is important to have these kinds of spaces, but they are rare in Gaza. This is the only public park in the area.”
“I dream of being on the moon,” 13-year-old Saja said softly when we asked about her hopes and dreams. Watch the video.
Gaza preschool teachers learn new methods for telling stories and encouraging preschoolers to read.
Dima, 18, volunteered with ANERA’s Creative Health Campaign in Lebanon, adding some experience on her path to becoming a Pharmacologist.
17 years since it was built, the co-op’s nursery is thriving. It produces between 10K 20K seedlings a year.
For 5 days in the summer, some 3,500 children in Gaza had the change to participate in fun and educational summer camps.
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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