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Recommended Reading: “Trauma and Recovery”

by Chaya, House of Hope Supporter House of Hope is a trauma-informed school and community center for Palestinian children and mothers.  What does this clinical language- “trauma-informed” – mean?  What impact does complex trauma have on the people, and especially the children and families, of occupied Palestine?   In order […]

7 Concepts For Coexistence in The Holy Land

House of Hope is a uniquely diverse community, where both Muslim and Christian staff and students study and heal together. Cofounders Milad and Manar Vosgueritchian embrace this diversity as a foundation for peacebuilding and community resilience. Religious holidays from different monotheistic religions are celebrated and students are taught to embrace opportunities […]

{VIDEO} Get to Know…Ez Alden

Ez Alden is a 4.5 year old boy in the kindergarten at House of Hope. Ez cannot use his legs and relies on a wheelchair. His mother is unable to find employment, and his father is a metalworker. His parents, concerned that they would not find a school that would accommodate […]