Earth Caravan Support Projects in Palestine
Providing Clean Drinking Water in Gaza
An ongoing crisis in Gaza has left millions without access to clean drinking water. An issue stemming from both compromised water quality and quantity, only a small percent of Gaza’s population has access to safe drinking water. Many Gazans rely on other methods to receive clean water for their families, often at great cost. A humanitarian crisis in the making, Gaza faces a dire situation; that the land itself could be uninhabitable in a short time.
Supporting Bedouin Communities in the Jordan Valley
- Solar Panel Systems for Bedouin families in Jordan Valley who face severe lack of access to water and electricity.
- Rehabilitation of a Water Well in Jordan Valley
- Solidarity with Bedouin communities facing forced displacement in Area C of Palestine
Roads and Home Construction in the South Hebron Hills
Communities across the south Hebron hills in Palestine are not permitted to build homes on their land, are forbidden to build roads to access their villages, and face lack of access to water and utilities.
Earth Caravan has helped local residents improve existing roads, and build cave dwellings to enable displaced families to return to their native village.
Bethlehem Live Festival
Every year in Palestine, the Holy Land Trust organizes the Bethlehem Live Festival, an international gathering of artists, musicians, performers, and artisans to celebrate the rich cultural heritage of this ancient city.
As part of the festival, the Earth Caravan shares Japanese music, art, culture, and offers Tao Shiatsu manual therapy to the public.
Sharing Music and Culture in Nablus
Earth Caravan Nagasaki Festival Day with children from Nabi Saleh and Nablus at the Hamdi Manko Community Center in Nablus.
August 9th Nagasaki Memorial Concert for Peace and Justice featuring Aminadabu and traditional Palestinian performance artists.