Road To Recovery

Amid one of the most deeply-rooted political and cultural conflicts, Road to Recovery is bridging the divide with an initiative of hope. Road to Recovery is a nonprofit organization of volunteers who believe that peace among Israelis and Palestinians can only come about through engagement and personal involvement, placing humanity before politics. The deep-seated barriers of distrust that exist between Palestinian and Israeli societies only serve to perpetuate the conflict. Road to Recovery volunteers seek to break down these barriers on a personal level, transporting Palestinian patients on round-trips from the West Bank and Gaza to hospitals throughout Israel for treatment, hospitaliz...
Transport Patients from Gaza to Israeli Hospitals
 
The Road to Recovery bridges the political/cultural Israeli-Palestinian divide by rendering humanitarian services on a personal level. Volunteers use their vehicles to transport low-income children patients from the West Bank and Gaza to Israeli hospitals for treatment that is unavailable locally. We charter a minibus to transport groups of patients from Gaza to Jerusalem hospitals. Project proceeds will fund a 100% increase in minibus patient-trips from Gaza to Jerusalem hospitals for a year project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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