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  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231037.jpg
    Thursday 28 November 2019: The mobile clinic on the roads of Palestine in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231038.jpg
    Thursday, November 28, 2019: Women are waiting their turn for a consultation in a remote village in the vicinity of Bethlehem in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231039.jpg
    Thursday, November 28, 2019: A woman waits her turn for a consultation in a remote village near Bethlehem in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of Bethlehem Province for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region/
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231040.jpg
    Thursday, November 28, 2019: The mobile clinic in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231041.jpg
    Thursday, November 28, 2019: The mobile clinic team in the desert of Judea, all employees of the Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895 and has been sending a mobile clinic to the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231042.jpg
    Thursday, November 28, 2019: The mobile clinic team in the desert of Judea, all employees of the Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895 and has been sending a mobile clinic to the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231043.jpg
    Thursday, November 28, 2019: A woman goes to the mobile clinic for a consultation in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231044.jpg
    Thursday, November 28, 2019: A woman goes to the mobile clinic for a consultation in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231045.jpg
    Thursday, November 28, 2019: Women are waiting their turn for a consultation in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides care and gynaecological monitoring to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231046.jpg
    Thursday 28 November 2019: Mothers bring their children for paediatric consultations in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231047.jpg
    Thursday 28 November 2019: Mothers bring their children for paediatric consultations in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231048.jpg
    Thursday 28 November 2019: Mothers bring their children for paediatric consultations in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231049.jpg
    Thursday 28 November 2019: Mothers bring their children for paediatric consultations in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231050.jpg
    Thursday, 28 November 2019: Women wait their turn for a consultation in a remote village on the outskirts of Bethlehem in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231051.jpg
    Thursday, November 28, 2019: Between two visits, a nurse prepares the back of the mobile clinic in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231052.jpg
    Thursday, November 28, 2019: A woman during a gynecological consultation. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231053.jpg
    Thursday, November 28, 2019: A woman during a gynecological consultation in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231054.jpg
    Thursday, November 28, 2019: A woman during a gynecological consultation. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231055.jpg
    Thursday, November 28, 2019: A man accompanied his wife to see a gynecologist a few days after the birth of their child in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231056.jpg
    Thursday, November 28, 2019: A woman goes to the mobile clinic for a consultation in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231057.jpg
    Thursday, November 28, 2019: A woman goes to the mobile clinic for a consultation in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of the province of Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231058.jpg
    Thursday, 28 November 2019: Women wait their turn for a consultation in a remote village on the outskirts of Bethlehem in the desert of Judea. The Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895, has been sending a mobile clinic on the roads of Bethlehem province for the past 15 years. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, this clinic provides gynaecological care and follow-up to the predominantly Bedouin population of the region.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231059.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.

  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231060.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Denis Sevaistre is the director of the Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231061.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Midwives in their 4th year of internship training at the hospital. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231062.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Midwives in their 4th year of internship training at the hospital. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231063.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231064.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Nurse caring for newborns. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231065.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Nurses caring for newborns. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231066.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: An Arab Muslim couple in Jenin gave birth to a boy in the night. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231067.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Newborns in the maternity ward. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231068.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Greek Orthodox Jumana (27) and her husband Samer gave birth to twins Rayan and Faras at the Holy Family Maternity Hospital. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with a maternity ward and medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231069.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Greek Orthodox Jumana (27) and her husband Samer gave birth to twins Rayan and Faras at the Holy Family Maternity Hospital. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with a maternity ward and medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231070.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Greek Orthodox Jumana (27) and her husband Samer gave birth to twins Rayan and Faras at the Holy Family Maternity Hospital. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with a maternity ward and medical and surgical services. Here the doctors, all Palestinians, deliver 4700 babies a year, from premature babies weighing 500g to large babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231071.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Greek Orthodox Jumana (27) and her husband Samer gave birth to twins Rayan and Faras at the Holy Family Maternity Hospital. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with a maternity ward and medical and surgical services. Here the doctors, all Palestinians, deliver 4700 babies a year, from premature babies weighing 500g to large babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231072.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Greek Orthodox Jumana (27) and her husband Samer gave birth to twins Rayan and Faras at the Holy Family Maternity Hospital. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with a maternity ward and medical and surgical services. Here the doctors, all Palestinians, deliver 4700 babies a year, from premature babies weighing 500g to large babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231073.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Greek Orthodox Jumana (27) and her husband Samer gave birth to twins Rayan and Faras at the Holy Family Maternity Hospital. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with a maternity ward and medical and surgical services. Here the doctors, all Palestinians, deliver 4700 babies a year, from premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231074.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Greek Orthodox Jumana (27) and her husband Samer gave birth to twins Rayan and Faras at the Holy Family Maternity Hospital. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with a maternity ward and medical and surgical services. Here the doctors, all Palestinians, deliver 4700 babies a year, from premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231075.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Nurses caring for newborns. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with a maternity ward and medical and surgical services. Here the doctors, all Palestinians, deliver 4700 babies a year, from premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231076.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Nurses caring for newborns. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with a maternity ward and medical and surgical services. Here the doctors, all Palestinians, deliver 4700 babies a year, from premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231077.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Nurses caring for newborns. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with a maternity ward and medical and surgical services. Here the doctors, all Palestinians, deliver 4700 babies a year, from premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231078.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: An Arab Muslim couple in Jenin gave birth to a boy in the night. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here the doctors, all Palestinians, deliver 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0230986.jpg
    Issa, in charge of the nurses in the post-operative adult cardiology department. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0230987.jpg
    Doctors in the post-operative department of adult cardiology. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0230988.jpg
    A 61-year-old patient from Gaza in the post-operative adult cardiology ward. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0230989.jpg
    A 61-year-old patient from Gaza in the post-operative adult cardiology ward. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
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    A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0230991.jpg
    A patient from Jenin in the post-operative department of adult cardiology following an operation. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0230992.jpg
    A patient from Jenin in the post-operative department of adult cardiology following an operation. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0230993.jpg
    A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0230994.jpg
    A nurse in the adult cardiology post-op ward. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0230995.jpg
    Issa, in charge of the nurses in the post-operative adult cardiology department. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0230996.jpg
    Issa, in charge of the nurses in the post-operative adult cardiology department. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0230997.jpg
    A nurse writes down the results of blood tests for his patients. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0230998.jpg
    An ABL80 FLEX analyzer for the analysis of blood gases, electrolytes and lactates. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0230999.jpg
    Nurses in the post-operative pediatric cardiology ward at the bedside of Dina, 13 months old, from Gaza. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0231000.jpg
    Nurses in the post-operative pediatric cardiology ward at the bedside of Dina, 13 months old, from Gaza. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0231001.jpg
    Nurses in the pediatric cardiology post-op ward. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0231002.jpg
    Nurses in the pediatric cardiology post-op ward. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
  • Al-Makassed Hospital, run by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, is the only Arab hospital in Jerusalem.
    Israel
    LePictorium_0231003.jpg
    Nurses in the pediatric cardiology post-op ward. A stone's throw from the Mount of Olives, on the highest point of Jerusalem, is the only Arab hospital in the city. Managed by the Palestinian Authority but located in Israel, Al-Makassed Hospital is often the only recourse for the inhabitants of Gaza and the Occupied Territories who constitute more than 70% of the patients. The majority of the staff employed live on the other side of the separation wall. Al-Makassed Hospital is a true institution in Jerusalem, supported by the international community and employing doctors trained in Canada, Germany, Spain or France. The hospital is also part of the East Jerusalem hospital network with hospitals of all faiths. A network that plays a crucial role in the Palestinian health system.
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