The Bedouin people are some of the most vulnerable people in the world. Many are living in makeshift refugee tent villages, completely outside human rights protections and the law. Bedouin refugees live in some of the poorest conditions in Israel, deprived of basic rights, including the right to water, shelter and education. They live with the constant threat of eviction and home demolitions, under enormously stressful conditions that have a serious effect on their health and well-being.
Through your fair trade purchase of their gorgeous hand embroidery work, you provide much needed stability in the form of safe, living wage pay. Additionally, when the women, moms, aunts, sisters of the community are learning, working, and coming together, the whole group begins to thrive!
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On. Cloud. 9!! 🙌🏽🙏🏼☁️ • Feeling SO incredibly grateful to be invited to share the passion God has placed on my heart for victims of trafficking and oppression giving today’s sermon @davis_community_church