Gaza greenhouses help farmers like Sabah make an income and feed her family.

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Heba's children were delighted to find sweet treats in their food parcels, too.

2017 Annual Report

Read about what we've accomplished with the help of our supporters this year.

Mo Amer Live in DC!

February 22, 2018

Please join Mo and ANERA for a live comedy event benefiting ANERA's programs in Gaza, the West Bank and Lebanon. Limited seating available, so get your tickets now!

$30 Online | $35 at Door

Helping refugees and poor families in Palestine and Lebanon live with dignity.

2017 STATS

Our Impact

50

40-foot containers of donated medicines delivered

100,000

Palestinians connected to reliable sources of water

8,658

refugee youths went back to school in Lebanon

22

preschools in Gaza and the West Bank were renovated

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of revenue spent on programs in Palestine and Lebanon

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This page will revisit some of the thousands of projects and people who ANERA has worked with over the years to see where they are now — from universities that got their start with ANERA’s help to teachers who changed…

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ANERA is actively carrying out many important relief and development projects in Gaza. Below are just a few recent accomplishments. Infrastructure Road Rehabilitation in Beit Lahia Lack of proper infrastructure and sudden damage to irrigation pipes or water wells are…

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The Society of Rural Women Development, a women’s cooperative in Gaza, makes Palestinian foods like maftoul, kaek and pastries. 160 women were able to increase their income by 55%. Video: Palestinian Women Increase Incomes Through Gaza Cooperative

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COMMUNITY

Dancing in Refugee Camps

Omar, a Syrian refugee teen, was traumatized by the war in Syria and was forced to drop out of school. But a dabke class in Lebanon changed all that...