Success Stories

Many might not be familiar with Dawalina Agricultural Processing Company, it is a name that expresses ambition, perseverance and ability to face financial distresses and economic decline. It is a dream of four cooperative associations that agreed on the idea and goals, and united their efforts…
In its active role to enhance its members income and provide them job opportunities with the women in the surrounding area, the association has guaranteed twelve (12) canteens, distributed as follows:  a canteen in the city, a canteen in Borein, three in Beit Dajan, three in Jama’een, in addition…
The idea of creating a women consumer cooperative was based on the need of women to have their own sustainable project providing income, and serves the local market basic needs. At the same time to provide a marketing opportunity for women rural products, given the need to promote those products…
The Employment Fund has enabled The Saving and Credits Association in Ramallah to train a graduate from Al Quds University, giving her the opportunity to gain a real-life working experience, learn about work responsibilities, working hours and production. Furthermore, she had the opportunity to…
The saving and credit association for feminine projects L.L in Nablus got the approval to obtain 4 school cafeterias for the academic year 2013-2014, which are: Beit Dajin High school, Burqa’s high school, Madma’s high school and Al Khaldia secondary school in the city, and the amount needed was…
The association began to consider the sub-lease school canteens as a way to create job opportunities for women members in the association since 2011. Since then, four canteens were sub-leased and six women members were employed, another member was also employed for producing pastries. The…
Samira Saleh Khleef, from Azzoon Village, is one of the thousands of Palestinians standing in the face of the racist Zionist expansion plans. When we talk about originality, resilience, resistance, hold on to the land, building nations, we are referring to real Palestinians living in a constant…