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World Vision Signs a Partnership Agreement with Ministry of Labor

$18,000 worth of protection material against coronavirus was given to the Palestinian Ministry of Labor by World Vision Jerusalem - West Bank - Gaza (JWG).This aims to protect 11 vocational training centers against the virus for three months, targeting 1,500 students and teachers in all governorates of the West Bank.

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Analysis on Child Protection Situation in the West Bank on the International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression 2020

Children in Palestine face various protection risks in general, but during COVID-19 pandemic, some of the risks have increased. In its attempt to reduce this issue, World Vision Jerusalem West Bank – Gaza has acted quickly on more than one level. 

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World Vision JWG signing an agreement with SOS Children’s Villages International

World Vision Jerusalem – West Bank – Gaza (JWG) signed a partnership agreement with the SOS Children’s Villages International, under the SOS’s programs “Family Strengthening Program” and “Family Care Program”, which provide children all over the world, who are growing up without the care, protection and guidance they need, with alternative care when needed, support on their path to independence, and advocacy for their rights.

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Unified Student Parliament Continues Its Activities During COVID-19

Complementing its ongoing training in building the capacities of the Unified Student Parliament (USP) members, World Vision Jerusalem – West Bank – Gaza (JWG), in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, implemented several trainings for members of the USP, including four trainings held online during the spread of #COVID19.

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IMPACT Clubs Sustain Action During COVID-19 Emergency

IMPACT clubs of World Vision Jerusalem – West Bank – Gaza (JWG) provide a platform for adolescents to improve their goal orientation and efficiency towards community activism. The clubs encourage adolescent boys and girls to conduct initiatives that benefit their peers and others, and promote child rights and protection in their villages.

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Renewable Energy Solutions; Innovative Social Responsibility Approach

World Vision intervention helped the municipality fulfill its promise to support schools that receive little public aid. This intervention also helped reduce power outage in the areas that is home for over 60,000 people living in 18 communities.


Jerusalem–West Bank–Gaza

World Vision JWG has one of the largest community-based presence of any organisation operating in the West Bank. We work through 12 locations or area programmes (AP) in the West Bank, which directly support over 41,000 children participating in sponsorship programmes. The APs are located in Hebron, Bethlehem, Nablus, Salfit, Tubas, Ramallah and Jenin, and are served by 78 dedicated female and male staff. The operation covers 149 communities with a total annual budget of $8.8 million USD. Private funding gives us stability and enables us to build long-term relationships with families, communities, schools, municipalities, village councils, the Palestinian Authority, faith communities and other civil society actors.

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Our global campaign is part of a broad movement to end violence against children. We are ambitiously working to change the policies, attitudes and behaviours that perpetuate the suffering of 1.7 billion children each year. It takes a world was born at a moment when those children were subjected to violence, and the global impact of violence equated to 12.4% of the world’s economic activity.

The campaign continues to grow in an ever-shifting landscape: More than half of all refugees are children; 2 billion people now live in countries affected by fragility, conflict and violence; social movements are increasingly “people powered” and based in digital spaces; millennials tend to be motivated by causes and values, comprise 1/4 of the global population and have potential to change the world.

Early Marriage in Palestine

In Palestine, the most recent, statistically sound, and representative data on child marriage is from the 2014 Palestinian Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) in partnership with the UNICEF and UNFPA, which found that 15% of girls between 20 and 24 are married before the age of 18 and 1% are married before the age of 15 (PCBS, 2015). However this data can be misleading as some areas in Palestine have higher rates of child marriage such as Gaza, East Jerusalem, and Area C (UNFPA, 2016 & UNFPA, 2017). The MICS survey also found that there are higher rates of early marriage in urban and camp areas rather than rural areas which in inconsistent with global child marriage trends (PCBS, 2015). This could be due to the inability to account for unregistered and informal marriages.

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Support Children in Palestine Towards Increasing Stability and Hope