The action week activities in Palestine commenced with a marathon taking place in Jenin in which over 200 children participated in, in addition to the participation of their parents, media personnel as well as local participants. On the 22nd of April morning events took place in Tulkarem with the Palestinian Union for Disabled People. A train tour ride across the town to highlight the need for considering the needs of children with disabilities in the educational process especially in early childhood education. On the same day, a tent was set up in the heart of Ramallah's center square that displayed students drawings collected during child's day on the 5th of April and follows the big picture theme. The tent was decorated with the drawings of students from kindergartens, Palestinian government and UNRWA schools. The tent aimed to increase awareness and enhance the importance of early childhood education in Palestine. The tent also served to commemorate the lives of the kindergarten children who passed away earlier this year to a tragic bus accident. It was an accident that sparked controversy and debate on the lack of monitoring and health and safety regulations in kindergartens around Palestine. The commemoration served to highlight that we do not want another tragic incident to remind ourselves of the rights of Palestinian children. The tent, as well as, the action week activities demand the need to enhance an active role in increasing interest towards the development of early childhood education through guaranteeing a safe and quality driven learning and educational environment in all it's aspects whether in terms of monitoring, the curriculum, the rights of workers and the training of teachers. Most importantly, it demanded that all children are provided with the rights and opportunities to enroll in early childhood education.