The project encourages the self-sustenance and income generating activities in favor of the Bedouin vulnerable communities of West Bank, according to the programmatic orientations stated by Emilia-Romagna Region. The action aims at organizing activities to recycle the remains of date palm crops in order to produce silages, thus answering to the farmers’ needs, whose dependency on imported animal feeds’ purchase worsens the family income. Thanks to the production of silage fodders, the initiative aims for reducing the cost of the productive inputs, making them more accessible, and developing the technical and managerial know-how to organize the services for farmers and breeders. The project will build networks between farmers local communities and local authorities, breaking the administrative fragmentation resulting from the Israeli occupation. On the whole, the initiative will also improve the coordination and the cooperation among agricultural and pastoralism sector.