South Hebron, where World Vision works, is the most vulnerable area in the West Bank, characterised by political instability and violent conflict.
The unceasing crossfires have left many of South Hebron’s schools and healthcare facilities in dilapidated conditions.
Life in South Hebron can be described as “transient” with families often having to evacuate their homes in the face of crossfire.
Medical and educational facilities are mobile in order to reach the ever-moving population.
“It is a cold school and it makes me fall ill. My classroom also has no educational materials or games”
The West Bank is characterised by a population that’s constantly on the move as a result of crossfire. As such, World Vision’s development work here differs starkly from its development work in less fragile countries. In order to cater to the moving population, World Vision has introduced interventions such as mobile health checks and container classrooms that that can be easily erected at a low cost.
Join World Vision to:
• Provide mobile healthcare to displaced children and families
• Train health workers to provide urgent medical help to vulnerable families
• Renovate container classrooms for primary school students to continue their education