GWN Youth Camp 2013!

Friends of the Earth Middle East’s Yearly Youth Camp As part of FoEME’s Good Water Neighbors youth program, yearly camps are organized that bring together youth from neighboring communities from Jordan, Palestine, and Israel to learn about their shared environment. This year, the camp was held in Alon Tavor Field School at the foot of […]

A Multifaith Journey of Hope to Israel, Palestine and Jordan

From 23rd April 2012 – 3rd May 2012, a unique tour took place in Israel, Palestine and Jordan, organized by Rabbi Frank Dabba Smith, and facilitated by FoEME.  The tour group was comprised of members of Jewish, Islamic and Christian faiths, and focused on visiting sites that are important to all three major monotheistic religions.  […]

זומבה בערבית

This blog post was written by Ayelet Tapiro, Emek Hefer Community Coordinator at FoEME.  It is about a youth camp that took place with 30 water trustees from Emek Hefer, Tul Karem and Tabkat Fahal to celebrate World Water Day at the end of March.  This youth camp was held as part of our Good Water Neighbors project.  חוויות […]

Environmental Peace in the Wild Middle East

This post was originally published by Siach on April 2nd, 2012.  It was written by Amy Lipman Avizohar, Israeli Education Coordinator at Friends of the Earth Middle East. International Water Day occurs every year on March 22nd. At Friends of the Earth Middle East (FoEME), leading up to this important day, we were working hard on planning youth […]

Women from Gilboa and Jenin Meet to Discuss the Condition of the Kishon River

This blog post was submitted by Noa Imbar, FoEME Gilboa Field Coordinator. On June 6, 2011 28 women’s groups from Gilboa and Jenin met to discuss the condition of the Kishon River.  The women met as part of Friends of the Earth Middle East’s “Good Water Neighbors” project in which local communities work together to […]