Ein al Hilwa - Wadi al Faw

Basic info

Area
district
Community Association
  • bedouin
  • farmer

Resident

Number of Families
15
Tribe
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Ka’abneh
Sub-Tribe
Furijat
Names of Families
Najada, Baraga, Makhamreh, Zoyout, Yatta, Abu A'ram, and Abu Milhem.
Farmers Origin/Family
Yatta & Hebron
Refugees
not refugee

Spatial/Building

Land Ownership
  • private
  • lease
Land Ownership - details
The community leases the lands from owners from Tubas. The Ka'abneh family pay 350 Dinars every month
Planning
submitted plan
Structure Type
tent
Building materials - details
Metal columns covered with cloth

Infrastructure/Services

Access to Community
  • pedestrian
  • private vehicle
  • public transit
Water Access - details
Until 2004, the inhabitants of the pastoral communities used the Ein al-Hilweh sping, as well as other surrounding springs, for themsekeves and their cattle. Today the area is over populated and the water from the Ain al-Hilweh spring are insufficient. The IDF has prevented the residents from using the remaining springs, so they now transfer water in tanks from the village of Bardala for high prices.
Electric Connection - details
Residents have recently been able to get support from an institution with the help of the council of Almalih to get solar energy, but these cannot support large machines such as refrigerators. A new project was offered and rejected by the communities as they were asked for commitment of a 50 NIS for maintenance.
Health Care
  • permanent clinic in community
  • clinic in distant town/village
Health Care - details
A mobile clinic used to visit the community twice a week but stopped arriving in 2018. The nearest clinics and hospital are in Tubas. (The Bedouin families refuse to let their women go to the mobile clinic that stops on the main road as it is unaccepted for women to access cars for check and stand in queue on the main roads).
Location of Services
Tubas and Ein al Beida

Education

Kindergarten
No
Location of School #1
Ein El Beida
general description [school #1]
  • boys
  • girls
  • Primary school
Distances to schools [school #1]
more than 5001 meters
Location of School #2
Ein al Beida
Time to schools [school #1]
16 - 30 minutes
general description [school #2]
  • boys
  • girls
  • Middle school
Time to schools [school #2]
16 - 30 minutes
Distances to schools [school #2]
more than 5001 meters
Location of School #3
Ein al Beida
Distances to schools [school #3]
more than 5001 meters
Time to schools [school #3]
16 - 30 minutes
Travel to school [school #1]
  • bus
  • private car
Travel to school [school #2]
  • bus
  • private car
Travel to school [school #3]
  • bus
  • private car
Accessibility to school [school #1]
4
Accessibility to school [school #2]
4
Accessibility to school [school #3]
4

History

History
The Makhamreh family came from Asamoua'to A'uja and moved to Wadi El Faw in 2001. The Azoyout family arrived in 2004. The Ka'abneh are from the areas of Hmeida and Dkeikeh. They moved to to this a area in search of grazing lands in 2009.

livelihood

Seasonal Movement
no
Seasonal Movement - details
They used to reach the areas in the north of Jenin ,of Maythaloun and A'jjas in the spring but since the PA started to encourage and implement green houses for growing vegetables, they find it hard to reach these areas.
Initiative in the community - details
They took part in the establishing of Al Maleh council that includes 19 villages in the area.
Other Occupation
  • shepherding
  • herd without shepherding
  • temporary employment in settlement
Main Occupation
  • shepherding
  • herd without shepherding
  • temporary employment in settlement
  • unknown
Woman's Occupation
  • taking care of the herd
  • taking care of the kids
  • housekeeping

Threats and obstacles

Threats and Obstacles
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  • close to settlement
  • settler violence
  • Mines
Threats and Obstacles - details
Settlers from surrounding settlements are controlling private lands and grazing areas.
Number of Demolition Orders
5
Number of Demolitions
0
Swap Start/End

Ein al Hilwa - Wadi al Faw

Northern Jordan Valley, along Road 578