The “Palestinian Child Institute” continued its activities within the “The First Thousand Days in a Child’s Life Matter… Make it Right’‘ campaign, initiated by the institute under the mandate of the “Palestinian Network for Early Childhood” and supported by the “Arab Network for Early Childhood.” The institute organised a diverse range of recreational activities with children in the area of Ras Al-Auja in the Jordan Valley, home to around 900 Palestinian individuals. This area is considered one of the most marginalised Palestinian regions, chosen to support its residents who face daily harassment and are deprived of basic life essentials. They struggle due to the lack of healthcare and educational services resulting from unfair Israeli measures and the harassment by settlers who control grazing lands with Israeli support. These settlers threaten the community by displaying dolls stained with blood, as witnessed in Al-Ka’abneh.
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