Micro Economic Projects For Women in Palestine. Riad Elsolh Hamad EDTC 6340 Professor: Janice Butler, M.Ed.
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Riad Elsolh Hamad EDTC 6340
Professor: Janice Butler, M.Ed
1) One capable computer with internet access, monitor, printer and a digital camera in every village.2) 1000 dollars worth of thread, material and designs for the women to use in producing embroidered bags and dresses.3)Training young boys and girls to read, write and speak English4) Fruit and olive trees with a water well for irrigationand some animals if available
The program will involve the Palestinians villages surrounded by the wall built by Israel on Palestinian land in violation of international law and the decision of the International Court of Justice in the Hague. Some of these towns and cities are: Beitlehm, Jayyous, Jenin,Nablus,Alfaraa, Beit Sahour
1) Each family will receive 50 olive trees, fruit trees and 250 dollars worth of agricultural tools2) A water well to hold at least 5000 gallons of water3) 250 dollars worth of embroidery material including thread, cloth and chisels to carve olive wood crafts.4) Each family will be assigned a case worker who will receive the olive oil and wood products for export5) Each family will be give access to the internet for two hours a week at the local village cultural center to communicate with clients and family abroad.For a sample project please click here and view the Jayyous project on the right side of the page
The cost of the items recommended for each family:
Assessment and evaluation
* Advertising and marketing for the products and the objectives of the program to be handled by http://www.pcwf.org* New families interested in joining the project are to be evaluated by a team of volunteers from the United States who visit Palestine on regular basis.* No political, religious or militant organizations will be involved in this purely humanitarian project
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