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The Domari Society of Gypsies in Jerusalem is the only organization in Palestine dedicated to the empowerment of the Domari (gypsy) people, founded in 1999 in the Old City of Jerusalem.Domari people in the Middle East and North ...

The Haneen Project is an initiative established as a result of Sunbula's product development training in Balata refugee camp, which was held in 2007. A group of women who received the training formed an independent ...

Holy Land Handicraft Cooperative is located in the town Beit Sahour, across the street from the Shepherd's Field where, according to the tradition,the announcement of Jesus’ birth to the shepherds by the angels took ...

Idna is a remote village (pop.20,000) nestled among scenic hills southwest of the city of Hebron. In 1998, a group of women started Idna Ladies' Association, a small income-generation project when31 enthusiastic women learned ...

Lakiya Negev Bedouin Weaving is a project of Sidreh, a nonprofitestablished in 1991 for the social empowerment ofPalestinian Bedouin women living in villages and encampments in the Negev desert in the southern Israel. Through the ...

The Melkite Pastoral Center was established in 1988 in the city of Ramallah during by the sisters of Greek Catholic (Melkite) Church Center.The Melkite Church provides facilities where women from nearby villages obtain fabric and ...

Ma'an Lil-Hayat means 'together for life' in Arabic, and was founded in August 2009 as a project of the International Federation of L'Arche Communities. Ma'an Lil-Hayat brings together people with and without ...

Oasis is a handicrafts workshop in the village of Beit Sahour. It is among a small number of income-generating projects in the Bethlehem area that provide an opportunity for adults with intellectural disabilities to work ...

Sindyanna of Galilee, a nonprofit organization established in 1996, is located in the Palestinian village of Kfer Kana in the picturesque Galilee region in the northern Israel. The organization, run jointly by Arab and Jewish ...

The village of Surif (pop. 15,000) is located alongside the Green Line (1949 Armistice Line separating West Bank and Israel), in a beautiful hilly region between Bethlehem and Hebron. About a half of the village population is ...

Sulafa Embroidery Centreis located in Gaza City and provides income generating opportunities for hundreds of refugee women through a network of 9 community centers across the Strip. It is a nonprofit project established by UNRWA ...

The Women's Child Care Society (WCCS) was established in 1944 in the village of Beit Jala near Bethlehem. In 1948, the villagers organized two first-aid centers and lunch programs to help the casualties of the 1948war and the ...