The Arab Group for the Protection of Nature
About Us

The Arab Group for the Protection of Nature (APN), was established as a member-based non-profit organization in April, 2003 by a group of motivated people concerned with the protection of the environment and the natural resources in Arab countries against all hazards including the destructive impacts of wars and foreign occupations. APN is managed by a board of directors composed of seven members elected by the general assembly. Its work is guided by the resolve, commitment and dedication of its members and aided by the engagement of its supporters.

Become a Volunteer

Volunteering with APN is an opportunity to put your beliefs into action, create positive social change and use your current skills to help the communities we support in a sustainable manner.

Learn and Develop Skills

Whether it's improving your ability to organize and mobilize, learning how to participate in one of our programs or practicing your teamwork skills, working with APN can help you discover new talents and skills.

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You will work alongside people from a variety of backgrounds, professions and ages. We believe interacting with new people can widen your horizons and encourage you to look at life from a different perspective.

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On Friday 17/3/2017, 150 lemon trees were planted in the Darar Bin Al Azwar area in the Central Jordan Valley with the help of 50 volunteers from "Morabito Al Quds".  The trees were planted on a field belonging to Um Ashraf, a farmer who...

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