Adopting financially with love

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Jemima house

“House Jemima” is located on a hill in the village of Beit Jala, between Jerusalem and Bethlehem. The house is home to Arabic children with profound (intellectual) (and) multiple disabilities.

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How you can help:

  • Make a one-time donation here (iDEAL) [note: dit is een NL betaalsysteem, maak gebruik van credit card, misschien pay pal, etc. etc.)
  • Become a donor!
  • Financial adoption at €20,- a month.
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About Jemima

30 year ago now, in the early eighties, Ed and Heleeen Vollbehr traveled to the West bank to serve blind children.

More about the Jemima foundation

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Our residents

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Nur, 6 years

One of the children living in Jemima is Nur. Nur is a 6 year old orphan. His mother was not married when she had him, a big disgrace in Arab culture. To make matters worse, Nur faces rejection because of his disabilities.

Learn more about Nur
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Ahmed, 13 years

Ahmed is the ninth child in a family. Five of his siblings have already passed away. His parents are cousins. Ahmed’s father left his family when Ahmed was 7. He has also stopped financially supporting his family.

Learn more about Ahmed
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Sameh, 10 years

Sameh is a cheerful 10 year old. He was born early and suffers from hydrocephalus. Nobody expected he would survive at the time of his birth. His parents asked to let him stay at Jemima until he would pass away…

Learn more about Sameh

Latest news

Pentecost

jemima-nieuws-pinksteren.jpg18 May The residents and employees of Jemima wish you all a blessed Pentecost! full story

Daily activities

nieuws-jemima-dagbesteding.jpg22 Mar Daily activities for the residents are offered in the Eber building. The children have their children’s groups and the adults have their own place in a workshop. Some 20 children from around ... full story
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