Establishing an audiology and speech disorder center that will offer the first undergraduate bachelors degree program for diagnosing and treating audiology and speech disorders in Palestine.
In response to unemployment caused by the second intifada, UPA is awarded a $2.7 million grant by USAID for an emergency employment generation project that it implements with the Welfare Association.
Construction of the first modern four-year nursing institution in Palestine.
The construction of over ten playgrounds throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip to improve the well-being of thousands of Palestinian children and their families by providing safe, outdoor areas for play.
The completion of a children’s library that serves 15,600-plus residents of Beit Jala, Bethlehem, Beit Sahour, neighboring refugee camps & villages.
The renovation and expansion of the primary kidney dialysis center for Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.