|UNRWA launches mobile cinema project for Bedouin communities in Area C|
|03 May 2011|
UNRWA has launched a mobile cinema project for Bedouin communities living in Area C, the 60 per cent of the West Bank under full Israeli control.
|UNRWA condemns demolition of Bedouin homes and school in West Bank|
|14 January 2011|
Filippo Grandi, the Commissioner-General of UNRWA, today condemned the demolition of homes, and partial demolition of a school, by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) on 12 January in the Bedouin herding community of Dkaika, in the West Bank.
|West Bank Bedouin invite UN Expert on Minority Rights to visit Area C |
|20 December 2010|
This week, a West Bank Bedouin participated in the UN Forum on Minority Issues in Geneva for the first time. Mohamed Al Korshan called for the recognition of West Bank Bedouin’s rights.
|Summer camp supports Bedouin communities facing demolition threat|
|04 November 2010|
“It’s not easy living here. You never know what will happen tomorrow,” says N. Abu Dahuk, a community play worker at the Jahalin School in the Bedouin community of Khan al Ahmar, in the West Bank. The school is under imminent threat of demolition.
|Life on the margins|
|27 May 2010|
For many Palestinians in the West Bank, Israeli measures have severely restricted people’s access to land, jobs and basic services, leaving refugees particularly vulnerable.
|High food insecurity levels among Bedouins, a silent emergency in the West Bank|
|16 April 2010|
A food security and nutrition survey jointly carried out by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), has found unusually high levels of food insecurity and malnutrition among herder and Bedouin communities living in the Israeli-controlled Area C of the West Bank.
|Video: West Bank Bedouin facing crisis|
|14 April 2010|
The Bedouin community of Um Al Khayr near Hebron lives mere metres away, on the other side of a high wire fence, from the Israeli settlement of Karmel. Though they share a hilltop, life for the residents of these two communities is a world apart.
|The Rubber-Tyre School|
|22 September 2009|
Khan Al Ahmar is no ordinary school. It is a school serving Bedouin children from various clans of the Jahalin tribe, all of them UNRWA-registered refugees who live on a dusty outcrop off the main road between Jerusalem and Jericho. This school is built entirely out of rubber tyres.
|UNRWA-WFP Food Partnership Benefits West Bank Herding Communities|
|14 September 2009|
The village of Ar Ramadin sits at the south-eastern tip of the West Bank, and is home to a close-knit Bedouin community of 385 families, all of whom are registered as refugees.
|EUR 150,000 from the Spanish regional government of Baleares funds emergency food programme |
|05 May 2009|
In response to UNRWA’s 2008 Emergency Appeal, the regional government of Balearic Islands in Spain contributed with EUR 150,000 to the Emergency Food Aid programme for Bedouin and other herding communities in the West Bank.