Naser is one of the exceptional students in Jerusalem who lost his father and has had no one to support him or his family through this testing time. It made him give up his dream of becoming a doctor, so he could help put bread on the table.

Naser is the not the only student who has suffered the loss of family and dreams. There are many other stories who have suffered mentally, emotionally and financially in Jerusalem, halting their education and ambitions in life.
The dropout rate of students in Jerusalem reached 43% and this has only been increasing.

Education is a strategic sector and an essential pillar in society, because of its direct correlation to the socioeconomic growth and prosperity of society.

Contribute and support  Ummet Vakfi in its transfer of the Jerusalem culture to raise a generation that preserves its land and identity by supporting the educational sector in its four pillars: 

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