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John Paul II Foundation

John Paul II Foundation
Logo of John Paul II Foundation.
Basic Info
Type NGO, Foundation
Location Bethlehem

The Foundation considers human as the building block of its growth. It as well organizes various programmes which aim to contribute the knowledge, resources and the infrastructure for the development on both individual and community levels.


The Foundation for Development and International Cooperation conducts various development programmes which aim for the overall progress and human and community advancement especially in the Middle East. The Foundation bases all it acts on this approach and strives to improve the area through its main branch in the Middle East which operates in the city of Bethlehem.

Board of Directors

  • H.E. Mons. Luciano Giovanetti
  • Fr. Ibrahim Faltas o.f.m.
  • H.E. Mons. Rodolfo Cetoloni
  • Mons. Giovanni Sassolini
  • Andrea Verdi
  • Lorenza Tommasi


  • Children without Borders
  • Football Academy
  • Visitor Information Center



  1. ^ John Paul II Foundation (Middle East)website / About

External links

  • John Paul II Foundation (Middle East) website
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