Nablus is a fascinating city. It houses not only some of the most steadfast resistance to the Israeli occupation, but also on one of its mountains, an old Jewish community that also refuses to accept occupation by Israel. It is also the ancestral home of one of this charity’s founders, and where many of his relatives still live.

So it was an emotional day when we found out that we had managed to get a playground built there. It was built in the old city, replacing one that had become somewhat dilapidated and dangerous.

Here are some photos of the playground. Hopefully, we’ll get some of it actually being used rather than just as a museum-piece! Our deepest thanks go to Sami at Nablus The Culture Centre for his relentless pursuit on the ground to make the project happen.

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