|2013-10-14 at the The Center for Jewish-Arab Economic Development For an Inclusive and Thriving Israeli Society External links [ ]• Hura is one of seven Bedouin in the desert with approved plans and developed infrastructure other six are: Ar'ara BaNegev , , Segev Shalom , Kseife , Tel-Sheva and the city of , the largest among them||History [ ] Prior to the establishment of Israel, the were a semi-nomadic society that had been through a process of sedentariness since the of the region|
|Arabic [ ] Etymology [ ]• 2017-02-03 at the MFA, November 3, 2011• Health care [ ] Catering Women In Hura In March 2012 The Bezeq telecommunications group in cooperation with the launched a new call center inside a Hura mosque as a part of an effort to combat female in the Negev Bedouin community||Village members have an opportunity for a post-secondary education at an "Ahad" school that gives preparation for academic studies in the university|
This was seen as particularly important since the birth rate of the Bedouin population in Israel is among the highest in the world - it doubles its size every 15 years.
|According to the CBS , the population of Hura was 17,500 in December 2010, up from 16,600 at the end of 2009||It is located near and beside the town|
|The call center is managed and operated by 50 Bedouin women, mostly from Hura, but is supposed to employ more women in the future||[ ] The next step was to establish seven townships built especially for Bedouin in order to sedentarize and them by offering them better life conditions, proper infrastructure and high quality public services in sanitation, health and education, and municipal services|
The town was established in 1989 as a part of solution offered by the state for the consolidation of population, and was declared a in 1996.