Amal Muamar Nakhleh, who has just turned 18 years old, is a Palestine refugee from Jalazone camp near Ramallah. Amal spent the last year of his childhood in Israeli administrative detention – imprisonment without charge or trial.
“We are exposed to attacks by settlers and the (Israeli) occupation forces almost every day. Even if we call an ambulance, it may be delayed due to the Israeli checkpoints and sometimes it may not arrive at all.” Bara’a Matariyyeh,
“Being part of caring for the health and wellbeing of another human being is really the highest form of human calling and here it also represents a deep privilege that people trust my services and build a therapeutic alliance with me.