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By 2018, the number of nursing jobs is expected to jump from 2.6 million to 3.2 million. If you think you have what it takes to join the ranks of our country’s best nurses and caregivers, then a nursing degree will further aid your efforts to enter this quickly growing field. Whether you are considering a career in nursing or exploring ways to move up in your career, this guide is designed to help you reach your goals
In the beginning of 1994 a coalition of three Palestinian NGOs providing health, rehabilitation and development services agreed to form the Regional Committee for Community Based Rehabilitation RC – Southern Region in Bethlehem & Hebron governorates, aiming at launching a pilot project in community based rehabilitation (CBR) for nineteen peripheral villages, applying the World Health Organization (WHO) model.
Ghirass Cutural Center is an educational, cultural and leisure center that serves a large number of school age children and young people in greater Bethlehem. The target group is children and youth, regardless of their sex, religion or social class.
Our mission is to improve the quality of life of our clients by preparing them to participate in the community.  To achieve this, the Center fosters in its students a sense of equality with their peers along with pride in the products they make and skills they master.  The result is an overall growth of personal confidence in young adults who previously suffered isolation and rejection.
The Al Basma (“Smile”) Center exists to empower disabled youth in the Bethlehem area and refugee camps, building bridges of peace between the handicapped and non-handicapped in our community.

CBM has 100 years of experience in the field of disability.
The organisation's work is founded on the core values of Christianity, internationalism, professionalism, stewardship, honest communication and inclusion inherited from our founder, Pastor Ernst Jakob Christoffel.

Launched by CBM and Handicap International (HI), together with Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation (BASR), , Arab Organisation of Disabled People (AODP), Lebanese Physically Handicapped Union (LPHU) and The Al-Hussein Society for the Habilitation/Rehabilitation of the Physically Challenged (AHS), the DMI-ME is an advocacy initiative that gathers and disseminates information on relevant disability topics underpinning the move towards full participation and equal opportunities of people with disabilities.
The Disability Monitor Initiative (DMI) in South East Europe is using the MIW approach to gather and disseminate information on relevant disability topics underpinning the move towards full participation and equal opportunities of people with disabilities.
United Nations Enable, Rights and Dignity of Persons with Disability.
United Nations Specia Rapporteur on Disability.  (Arabic)
Upon the invitation from the General Secretary of G.C.C, Human and Environment Affairs Department, the first establishment meeting of the Gulf Disability Society took place in Bahrain on Thursday, 27th of Muharram 1420 Hijri (13th of May 1999), to endorse the Society Bi-law. provides an interactive, easy to use website for the global disability movement. Disability rights organisations and other actors within the global disability movement can through this site be heard, exchange experience and knowledge, and discuss important disability rights issues.