I work as a field supervisor in an agricultural development association. I coordinate projects with women, schools and farmers often in area C [the area of the West Bank exclusively under Israeli military control]. Recently, we made a shop for women where they can sell clothes and cosmetics. On the upper floor, there is a beauty salon and sewing machines for women to use. The women buy and manage everything themselves. One of the challenges in this work is that there are some areas where we can't really reach people. We want to help, and the people there really need it, but it's forbidden to go there. I work for the people, but I'm not the government, my power is limited. My plan is to get a masters in management. In this way, I can make my own association to address the problems I see. - Aseel Bader

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