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UAWC opens a kindergarten in Al-Walaja village


 The Union of Agricultural Work Committees (UAWC) and its partners;  United Nation Relief and Works Agency, GVC and Al-Walaja Village Council, opened a kindergarten with the participation of civil society organizations and government institutions represented by Bethlehem Governorate, local government, the Ministry of Agriculture and the Union of Women's Social Committees.

The opening of this kindergarten follows the completion of the construction and rehabilitation of its playground, which was implemented by UAWC within the activities of "Meeting the needs of Palestinian refugees in the marginalized areas in the West Bank" project that is funded by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees , where also the internal building of the kindergarten was also rehabilitated by the GVC Foundation.

The ceremony was launched by a demonstration of the children of Al Walaja and the Palestinian national song. The audience gave words of welcome and thanks to the institutions that are supporting and implementing this project.

This project comes in line with UAWC's strategic objective to strengthening the steadfastness of the Palestinians in the so-called C areas., where Al Walaja suffers from the separation wall which confiscated hundreds of dunums from its lands and isolates its population in a narrow structural plan, surrounded by settlements and bypass roads.

It is worth mentioning that through the project, a 66-square-meter children's umbrella was built and the floor was covered with rubber that ensures children's safety. It was provided with various games for children, as well as a 150-meter fence was constructed.

The kindergarten is currently benefited more than 70 children. It is the only kindergarten in the town with a population of over 2,600 and 75% of the population is registered as Palestinian refugees.