The project will achieve many goals which will provide for poor families suffering from the blockade imposed on Gaza.
A grant from The Jerusalem Fund allowed for the purchase and distribution of health kits which included four cans of baby formula, shampoo, baby powder, diapers, ointment for skin treatment and toys.
This October marks the ten-year anniversary of what Palestinians inside Israel refer to as “Black October.”
The goal of this project was to provide strategies and assistance to families struggling to care for their special needs children and to impart knowledge to their community about children living with special needs.
This project focuses on helping affected people in Rafah area at the beginning of the winter season as most of the Palestinian families suffer from dire economical situation, frequent power outage and fuel shortage.
Having a safe and a healthy space where disabled children learn to cope with their condition is crucial to the work of Habilitation Preschool.
The Faisal Husseini Library was established in 2003 and to date, the library has approx 3000 books mostly Arabic.
A Jerusalem Fund grant supplied 200 Palestinian pupils were given an equal starting point for this school year, providing school bags, uniforms and other basic accessories.
A grant from the Jerusalem Fund Humanitarian Link enabled El-Lid Charitable Society to conduct its informal community classes for students who need more assistance and support in school.