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GoEco - Fauzi Azar Inn, Nazareth, Israel

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Address: 2606, Nazareth
Nazareth, 16125  
Israel
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 1000
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Mission Statement


The idea behind the Fauzi Azar Inn is contribute to local development, while at the same time attempting to bridge the gap between the Arab, Christian, and Jewish communities that populate the area. We strongly feel that by promoting tourism in a poor area, we can contribute to the overall economy and wellbeing of the local people.

Description


The Fauzi Azar Inn was built in one of the poorest communities in Israel. Nazareth, the largest Arab city in Israel, is centrally located in the Galilee, a short distance from Mount Tavor, Acre, Haifa and the Sea of Galilee. It is the birthplace of Jesus and is the city of the annunciation. Our goal is to use local resources to produce new work opportunities, raise the self-image of the community, and promote economic growth in a sustainable way. At the same time, we are breaking down walls that exist among the diverse religious populations of the area.

The Fauzi Azar Inn was built in one of the poorest communities in Israel. Nazareth, the largest Arab city in Israel, is centrally located in the Galilee, a short distance from Mount Tavor, Acre, Haifa and the Sea of Galilee. It is the birthplace of Jesus and is the city of the annunciation. Our goal is to use local resources to produce new work opportunities, raise the self-image of the community, and promote economic growth in a sustainable way. At the same time, we are breaking down walls that exist among the diverse religious populations of the area.

Mission Statement: The idea behind the Fauzi Azar Inn is contribute to local development, while at the same time attempting to bridge the gap between the Arab, Christian, and Jewish communities that populate the area. We strongly feel that by promoting tourism in a poor area, we can contribute to the overall economy and wellbeing of the local people.

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