McCabe News

Stories present and past from the life of McCabe

Bethlehem Hospital in Crisis

The people of Bethlehem are now under lockdown due to a Coronavirus outbreak. The Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation (BASR) is a Christian hospital and long term partner of the McCabe Educational Trust. Located in the centre of the Coronavirus outbreak, BASR has always opened its doors to all comers in their time of need. Edmund Shehadeh, the Director reports: “We are currently looking after 30 infected patients and helping to support over 2,500 people in Bethlehem under precautionary home isolation, and this number is still increasing. Our work relies on voluntary donations and this pandemic has brought us to…

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Jeel Al Amal welcomes back former pupil

Jeel Al Amal one of our partners in Bethany, welcomed back Ahmed Sami over the summer as a helper.  Ahmed, who is now studying medicine…

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Al Shurooq – RSVP by The Revd Doug McRoberts

RSVP is usually a request for a positive response.  In this case, it stands for REQUESTED – SOCKS, VESTS, PANTS!  And the result was that…

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Seeds for Nablus by Andy Webster

Seeds Association for Development & Culture is a Palestinian educational and cultural non-governmental organization, working to strengthen the role of youth, children and women in…

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Children Supported by you and the MET

In each Newsletter we hope you will meet one of the children supported by an organisation which receives financial help from the donations you make…

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Daduwa School

Daduwa is a desperately poor community like so many of the remote villages in Nepal.  A school was built more than 20 years ago with funds…

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Hebron and Beyond

Few Derby people seem to know that about five years ago Derby was officially twinned with Hebron. 22 Derby citizens travelled to Israel/Palestine in early…

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