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Health Work Committees has been supervising the mobile clinic program, which reaches out to 22 communities of Bethlehem and Hebron governorates in the South of the West Bank.
In Bethlehem governorate, the mobile clinic reaches out to the following communities; Umm Salamuna, Wadi Al-Nees, Wadi Rahal, Khirbat Zakariyya, Al-Walaja, Khallet Al-Numman, Khalayya Al-Louz, Handaza, Al-Manshiyya, Sheokh Al-Aroub, Al-Khas, Marah Ma'la, and Khallet Hadad.

In Hebron governorate, the mobile clinic reaches out to the following communities; Baqa'a, Al-Adaisseh, Jalajil, Masafer Bani Na'im, Masafer Yatta, Umm Safa, Khallet Saleh, and Hatta.
The mobile clinic has 18 staff members including physicians, nurses, health workers, Laboratory technicians, and drivers.
The medical team provides services through the following fields of health and medicine; General Medicine, Women's Health Program, Well Baby Program, and Medical Laboratory.

In this year, 20,745 healthcare services have been provided through the mobile clinic benefiting 6,645 males and 14,100 females. The number of visits to the mobile clinic was 3,074 visits.
In addition, community health education activities have been implemented through the mobile clinic and Women’s Health Program in these communities; many of these activities have been organized through the health centers and clinics of HWC at Hebron Governorate. The main purposes of the community health education activities are; promoting HWC’s relation with the local communities and other CBOs, and advocating for the poor, the vulnerable and the marginalized groups in line with HWC’s mission; several medical open days, health workshops , and children open days have been organized in the communities throughout the year. Moreover, several field visits have been organized.

HWC’s centers at Hebron governorate received several international delegations; the general director of the World Health Organization in Palestine and the director of the health program of CARE International have visited Masafer Yatta mobile clinic. During their visit, they have witnessed the desperate living conditions of the people in these communities.
Furthermore, the mobile clinic team has participated in national conferences and national health activities.