Princess Sumaya University Students Partner with APN to Plant 375 Fruit Trees Near Jerusalem

APN | Near Jerusalem


With the support of students from Princess Sumaya University for Technology, APN has successfully planted 375 fruit trees in the villages surrounding Jerusalem. The variety of trees planted include olives, figs, stone fruits, and pomegranates.

APN Chairperson of the Board, Razan Zuayter, conveyed her delight at collaborating with Princess Sumaya University on this initiative. She emphasized, “Collaboratively planting trees with students demonstrates the vitality of resistance, showcasing a profound hope for the generations to come”.

This initiative is part of the sixth season of the "Plant Your Resilience" campaign, conducted in collaboration with Husna FM. The campaign is designed to raise funds for the Million Tree Campaign, providing support to Palestinian farmers who have suffered the loss of their land or trees due to the aggression of the Israeli occupation.