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Workers dig deep trenches in the street in order to lay the new sewage lines.

New Sanitation System in Zaytoun, Gaza Clears the Air

In their work, firefighters traverse through all the villages and neighborhoods in the Ramallah area.

What It Takes To Be A Firefighter In Ramallah, Palestine

From Bekaa to Mecca!

Education, Youth Empowerment & Employability

Helping refugees and vulnerable communities in Palestine and Lebanon live with dignity, well-being and hope.

2018 - HIGHLIGHTS

Our Impact

$43 million

worth of vital medicines, supplies and humanitarian goods were delivered to Palestine & Lebanon

35,000

Palestinians now benefit from new or repaired water infrastructure in Gaza

8,121

refugee youth benefited from language, math and life-skills courses in Lebanon

  • 0%

of revenue spent on programs in Palestine and Lebanon

OUR PROGRAMS

What We Do

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Anera works in Palestine and Lebanon

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Palestinian grandmother brings her grandson to pick olives in the West Bank.

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EDUCATION

Anera is Building 6 New Preschools in Palestine

As part of Anera’s early childhood development (ECD) work, we are currently building six new preschools in the northern West Bank. These schools, like the others Anera has built or renovated, are located in rural and economically disadvantaged communities, where access and availability are particularly limited.