Karama, which means dignity in Arabic, is a Palestinian non-governmental organization established by and for Palestinian refugees. We aim to restore a sense of dignity in and among our people so together we can build a resilient Palestinian society.
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“My Greenhouse changed my life; it is now part of my family’s daily routine and provides a positive outlet for my stresses. My husband and I work in it together, and it has made a positive impact on our relationship.”
“Najwa from the Deheisha camp got employed in Makken’s prduction unit. At the beginning, she joined in order to improve her financial situation. Now she says it is also a way for her to feel powerful and do something she loves.”
“The cash for work program helped me in a very critical time. When COVID spread and we were under lockdown, I lost my job, which meant I stopped having any income to help my family. As soon as Karama made the announcement for the cash program I registered, and benefited from the activity while also contributing to my neighborhood. It is the best program in the camp for such difficult situations.”
“I had two of my most successful harvest seasons during COVID19. I was very happy to stay connected with the agricultural engineer through continuous video calls; she guided me through the entire planting seasons.”
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