The Vocational Training and Job Creation Course for Youth with Hearing Disabilities in the Gaza Strip has succeeded in improving the lives of over 20 young men and women, and their families, by opening up new horizons and providing new opportunities.
“Before joining the Skills4Life program, I was very shy, I was terrified of presenting in front of my classmates, and my basic English skills were weak. If I was to give myself a rank out of 10 I would give myself a 3. The Life Skills program taught me a great deal in a very short time.
The SAT project, in cooperation with Lebanon’s youth program, assists Palestinian youth to continue their studies after completing secondary school. The project helps students not only attend prestigious Lebanese universities, (like the American University in Beirut and the Lebanese American Uni
Wadi Gaza is a fully integrated program that aims to comprehensively develop the village of Wadi Gaza. It achieves this by enhancing residents’ quality of life and fulfilling their rights to basic education, healthcare and infrastructure.
More than two years from their establishment, members of marginalized farms from the West Bank still work at the small projects they started through support from Hasaad.
Ahmad, once a resident of the Yarmouk Camp in Syria has now settled in the Al Bus camp due to the circumstances ailing his former country of refuge.
Ahd is a five-year-old Palestinian refugee who was living with her family in the Yarmouk Refugee Camp in Syria, until the violence consuming the country forced them to flee to Lebanon. Relocated to a school that was turned into a shelter for refugees, Ahd was registered in Ein El Helwa Nursery,
Fadi is a resident of Hebron. His wife, Maram, and their three-year-old son, are residents of Ras al-Amud, Jerusalem. The couple is not allowed to live together in the same city.
Yasmin is a 15-year-old living with her widowed mother and five siblings in a little house in Gaza. Her father was killed on his way to the hospital for a kidney dialysis session; he was attacked as part of the Israeli aggression against Gaza in early 2009.
When the Nasera Local Council decided to appoint a new headmaster for the Masar Association High School in July 2014, they didn’t take into account the special nature and history of the school.