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.
Gaza farmers share with those less fortunate as winter approaches.
Zainab lives in a makeshift tent camp. “We should only have to worry about school and pencils,” she says.
ANERA’s in-kind medical donation program helps treat poor patients like Mahmoud, who has Down Syndrome, and can’t afford to pay for care.
Expecting mothers in Dar Salah face many hardships, like poverty and vitamin deficiency.
At a preschool in Gaza, young chefs practice math, science & vocabulary by baking a cake.
Easing tensions and building unity among refugee teens in Lebanon.
The Gubser sisters honor their father, Dr. Peter Gubser, with an educational gift for Palestine.
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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