TIPH meeting Hebron’s school children

With a visit to Al-Fayha girl school in the Old City of Hebron, the TIPH restarted its recurrent information campaign directed at children and youth in Hebron.

School Visit

With a visit to Al-Fayha girl school in the Old City of Hebron, the TIPH restarted its recurrent information campaign directed at children and youth in Hebron.

The first visit took place on 18 October 2010, and in coordination with the Directorate of Education, the TIPH will visit several boys and girls schools in Hebron the coming months.

Through visits to schools, universities and local organisations, the TIPH Community Relations give information about the TIPH, its mandate and work in Hebron.

— It is important for the TIPH to interact with the local population, and this is a good way for us to reach out to a large number of people. Its particularly important to us that children, who see our patrols regularly, knows why we are here and what we do, Community Relations Officer Nicola Mohler says.

School Visit 2

 

19 October 2010

 

TIPH Meeting Hebron’s School Children

 

With a visit to Al-Fayha girl school in the Old City of Hebron, the TIPH restarted its recurrent information campaign directed at children and youth in Hebron.

 

The first visit took place on 18 October 2010, and in coordination with the Directorate of Education, the TIPH will v

TIPH Meeting Hebron’s School Children

 

With a visit to Al-Fayha girl school in the Old City of Hebron, the TIPH restarted its recurrent information campaign directed at children and youth in Hebron.

 

The first visit took place on 18 October 2010, and in coordination with the Directorate of Education, the TIPH will visit several boys and girls schools mainly in H2 the coming months.

 

Through visits to schools, universities and local organisations, the TIPH Community Relations give information about the TIPH, its mandate and work in Hebron.

 

– It is important for the TIPH to interact with the local population, and this is a good way for us to reach out to a large number of people. Its particularly important to us that children, who see our patrols regularly, knows why we are here and what we do, Community Relations Officer Nicola Mohler says.

 

19 October 2010

 

isit several boys and girls schools mainly in H2 the coming months.

 

Through visits to schools, universities and local organisations, the TIPH Community Relations give information about the TIPH, its mandate and work in Hebron.

 

           It is important for the TIPH to interact with the local population, and this is a good way for us to reach out to a large number of people. Its particularly important to us that children, who see our patrols regularly, knows why we are here and what we do, Community Relations Officer Nicola Mohler says.

 

19 October 2010