Thanks to Ecumenical Accompaniers and the EAPPI staff for this story that appears on the EAPPI blog.
by the Jordan Valley team
Nai’me shows us the water pool her family has built with the aid from a local organisation. She explains to us how this pool has enabled her family to harvest rainwater and use it to irrigate their farms. She smiles shyly and adds:
“Our produce has increased so much that we now can afford to send our eldest daughter to university in Jericho” Nai’me 2015
Nai’me and her family live in a small village north of Jericho, situated in Area C. In Area C, Israeli authorities control everything pertaining to building and development. If you want to build a house, drill a well or pave a road, you need a permit; something that Nai’me and her family do not have. In fact, they did not even try to ask for one, since Israeli authorities are not…
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