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Aseela was established in the fall of 2004 in Bethlehem by a group women who came together to address income-generation needs of families in refugee camps and rural villages. Aseela is an innovative entrepreneurial project that ...

The Bethlehem Arab Women's Union (BAWU) was founded in 1947 as a first aid center to care for refugees from Al-Nakba (Palestnian catastrophe at the creation of the state of Israel). Located in the historic old quarter just off ...

Holy Land Handicraft Cooperative, founded in 1981 in the town Beit Sahour near Bethlehem in the central West Bank, strives to alleviate poverty, increase employment, decrease emigration, and sustain the Palestinian handicrafts ...

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, founded in 1998 as a project of Union of Health Work Committees, is a handicrafts workshop in the town of Beit Sahour near Bethlehem in the central West Bank. It is provides an opportunity for adults with intellectural ...

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