TIPH funds a playground for children with special needs

On Wednesday 11 November, Temporary International Presence in Hebron, participated in the opening ceremony of a playground, funded by TIPH, for children with special needs at Mohammad bin Rashid al Maktoom School.

On Wednesday 11 November, Temporary International Presence in Hebron, participated in the opening ceremony of a playground, funded by TIPH, for children with special needs at Mohammad bin Rashid al Maktoom School.

 

The opening ceremony was followed by speeches made by Esma Al-Samarai, Deputy Head of the Research, Analysis and Information Division of TIPH, the Deputy Governor of Hebron and the Vice president of Al-Ihsan Charitable Society, which is an institution that works for the treatment and rehabilitation of disabled people. The Vice president of Al-Ihsan Charitable Society thanked TIPH for its contribution.

 

Esma Al-Samarai briefed the participants at the ceremony about TIPH’s mandate and daily work, according to protocols pertaining to Hebron between Israel and the Palestinian authority.

 

       Another part of TIPH’s work is to support various projects in the city of Hebron to normalize life in the city and give Palestinians a feeling of security, said Esma Al-Samarai.

 

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