gallons of treated wastewater will be usable when Anera finishes its exciting project in Ramallah.
Gaza women's center has a new solar-powered hydroponic rooftop garden
Gaza families now have a small greenhouse which provides food and income.
Working with Farmers
Farming has been a way of life in the Middle East for thousands of years, feeding families and generating work for local communities all over the region.
Today, it is one of the few ways for Palestinians to make a living in an uncertain political and economic climate. But, the shortage of water in the region and decades of outdated cultivation techniques challenge today’s farmers. Anera works in rural communities on a small-scale and sustainable level. We install irrigation systems and build farm-to-market roads, wholesale markets and greenhouses. We support farming cooperatives that share resources and help farmers talk to each other about what works.
Your support is helping revive Gaza agriculture by leveling and plowing damaged fields, installing irrigation pipes and providing olive trees and vegetable saplings to hundreds of families affected by the war and poverty. In the Palestinian refugee camps of Lebanon, your donations have fund greening efforts that bring a little cheer to concrete-filled neighborhoods. In the West Bank, you've helped set up the first large-scale facility in Palestine that treats waste water for irrigating farmlands.
receive little to no water
Simple irrigation techniques can fix this, making a difference for Gaza farmers
struggle to make a living
A little support in planting, irrigation and equipment-sharing helps a lot
Middle East Agriculture
is a way of life under threat
By using resources wisely and respecting the environment, farmers are adapting
A History of Lasting Impact in Palestinian Agriculture
Since its beginnings, Anera has pioneeered development in the Palestinian agriculture sector. Read the history and see the profound impact of these programs today.