Vento di Terra


In their own words“We work in border territories and we consider development cooperation as a complex relationship among equals. We suggest an idea of community development related to the concept of social, economic and cultural growth.”


  • Vento di Terra (VdT) does not release financial information, reflecting a lack of transparency and accountability.
  • From 2014-2017, VdT was an implementing partner on a € 2.2 million grant from the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation for “Strengthening and networking of educational and psychosocial support services for minors and women in marginal areas of the West Bank, Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem.” Other implementing partners include the Bisan Center for Research and Development and the Remedial Education Center. (See more about the Bisan Center below.)
  • In 2016, VdT received $87,000 from the Italian government to refurbish a school in Area C of the West Bank.
  • From 2013-2014, Vento di Terra recieved €95,576 from the European Union for a project to “promote the uniqueness of Bedouin culture at regional and international level.”
  • In 2013, VdT implemented two projects funded by the UNDP—for $151,000 and $90,000, respectively—for education-related refurbishments to schools in the West Bank.



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