• “Smow” concludes the stage of debates and crowns the Winning school at the level of the nation”

    The Palestinian Vision Organization, PalVision has ended the phase debates in schools that was organized within the framework of “Somow” project. “Somow” aims to reject the phenomena of violence and bullying.  PalVision targeted seven different schools, chosen from various Jerusalem and Hebron governorates, each of which was a summit to a series of debates discussing […]

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  • Job Opportunity | Project Coordinator

    Project Coordinator Palestinian Vision Organisation (PalVision) is seeking to recruit a highly motivated individual for the position of Project Coordinator to work in its office in Jerusalem. Following is the description of this position: Job Type: Full time Reports to: Executive Director Work Location: Jerusalem Main Tasks & Responsibilities: Administrative and technical implementation and follow […]

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  • Supporting Vocational Education and Employment through Bouthur “Youth for Employment in South Hebron”

    Bouthur “Youth for Employment in South Hebron” project is implemented by Palestinian Vision Organization (PalVision) in partnership with Al-Aroub Agricultural School. The project is part of “TVET and Employment Promotion Program” which is implemented by the GIZ on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany. Bouthur targets over 45 participants, […]

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  • Renovation of Al-Thoury Sports Club Garden and Al-Aytam Islamic School Yard in Al-Thoury Neighborhood in Jerusalem under Khuta Project

    As part of Khuta project for supporting youth and youth groups in Jerusalem, Palestinian Vision Organization (PalVision) and Burj Al-Luqluq Social Center Society has renovated Al-Thoury Sports Club garden and Al-Aytam Islamic School yard, in partnership with the UNFPA and Y-PEER, under the supervision of the Higher Council for Youth and Sports.. The renovation of […]

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  • Cultural and Youth Organizations Sign MoUs Letters Project

    A collation of Palestinian organizations signed Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) to co-implement Letters project, which is supported by UNDP/PAPP within the Comprehensive Rural Development Programme (CRDP) program to support the steadfastness and development of the communities in area “C” and East Jerusalem. The project is funded by the governments of Sweden, Austria and Norway, and […]

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  • Final Ceremony to Celebrate the Implementation of 102 Community-Based Initiatives

    Palestinian Vision Organization (PalVision), in partnership with UNICEF and funded by the Dutch Government, celebrated the implementation of 102 community-based initiatives in the governments of Jerusalem, Nablus, and Hebron in the past year. The implementation of the initiatives was preceded by a series of training sessions that contributed to the development of adolescents’ ideas in […]

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  • “Guidance & Vocational Counselling” Camp” “In 6 days, we learned today how to have a better future tomorrow!”

    The “Guidance & Vocational Counselling” camp implemented through “Ambassadors of Jerusalem” project, has witnessed wide and distinctive youth participation. For six days, 100 Jerusalemite students aged from 13-16 years old participated in the camp that took place in Al-Aroub Agricultural School in Al-Aroub, Hebron. The students were divided into 5 groups where each group had […]

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  • Khadamati Initiative Launched in Bethlehem Governorate

    Palestinian Vision Organization (PalVision), under the Tajaawob program, in partnership with the British Council and AMAN, launched Khadamati initiative, which was implemented by a group of pioneer youth from theGovernorate of Bethlehem. The initiative produced a website and a mobile application that illustrate water distribution in the cities of Bethlehem and Doha. The initiative is […]

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  • Palestinian Vision Receives Welfare Association Award for Jerusalem

    On April 17, 2015, Palestinian Vision Organisation (PalVision) received, the 2014 Welfare Association Award “For Jerusalem, We Work”. The 50,000 USD coveted award is given annually to the most distinguished civil society organisation in the field of community development in Jerusalem. The award was delivered to PalVision in a ceremony that was held in Issaf […]

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