With Israeli occupation resulting to economic and social problems in Hebron, an Arab-Islamic city with rich cultural and historic heritage, a movement was set in place to preserve its poorest town. Hence, the Hebron Rehabilitation Committee was established - a presidential decree issued on August 1996. The Committee aims to revitalize Hebron and preserve its cultural heritage by renovating buildings and reusing abandoned structures. We also work to improve the living conditions of local communities through rebuilding homes, as well as linking the new town to the old town. We provide numerous services that contribute to housing developing and enhanced work conditions of natives. Hebron Rehabilitation Committee also works to stimulate economic movement and trade, as well as boost tourism traffic from national and international visitors. We strive to initiate projects that provide employment opportunities to the labor population, helping them fight the vicious cycle of poverty.