Rebuilding Alliance believes that successful rebuilding efforts require local partners who are trusted by the neighborhood they serve, are financially accountable, and are independent of the government.

Rebuilding Alliance is honored to work with the following NGO partners:

The Al Aqaba Rural Women’s Association
Rawhieh El- Sabeeh – Director of Al Haq Kindergarten in the Village of Al Aqabah
Haj Sami Sadik Sbaih – Head of the Al Aqabah Village Council

Al Basma Club for the Disabled (ABCD) was established in early 2005 by a group of qualified disabled and non-disabled people. The idea of establishing ABCD came as a response to the sports’, cultural, and social needs of the disabled and as an initiative to activate the sector of disability services been suffering, as well as most of the Palestinian civil organizations, due to the various political and economic crises the Palestinian people has been going through in the recent years.

Combatants for Peace (C4P) is a group of Israeli and Palestinian individuals who were actively involved in the cycle of violence in their area. The Israelis served as combat soldiers in the Israel Defense Forces and the Palestinians were involved in armed resistance in the name of Palestinian liberation. They believe that the blood shed will not end unless they act together to terminate the occupation and stop all forms of violence. They work to educate, raise consciousness and create partners in dialogue, and to maintain political pressure on all governments to stop the cycle of violence.


Yesh Din: Volunteers for Human Rights is an Israeli human rights organization working to achieve long-term structural improvement in the human rights situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

BIMKOM: Planners for Planning Rights is an Israeli non-profit organization formed in 1999 by a group of planners and architects, in order to strengthen democracy and human rights in the field of planning. Flawed or discriminatory planning, and the unequal distribution of land and other public resources reinforce the inequalities between different sectors of society and impact negatively on our most basic values and rights. Drawing on values such as human rights, social justice, good governance and community participation, they seek to affect system-wide change by encouraging the development of new planning policies and procedures that are more equitable and responsive to the needs of the various communities.

The Jerusalem Legal Aid and Human Rights Center The Jerusalem Legal Aid and Human Rights Center- JLAC is one of the pioneering human rights organizations in Palestine. JLAC was established in 1974 by the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) – formerly known as the Quaker Service Information and Legal Aid Center. During 1993, a local Board of Directors was appointed as a preliminary step towards JLAC’s independence, with the Center officially becoming a Palestinian non-governmental and non-profit organization in 1997. Since its foundation 35 years ago, JLAC has played an important role in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) by providing pro-bono legal aid and consultations to Palestinians, aiding them in confronting Israeli human rights violations. With the establishment of the Palestinian National Authority, JLAC developed a public interest program aimed at defending human rights in the oPt.

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