A four-day march led by Palestinian-Israeli MPs, in solidarity with Israel’s impoverished Bedouin community, reportedly wound up at Israel’s presidency on Sunday.President Reuven Rivlin‘s office said Palestinian representatives delivered a report on the hardships faced by Bedouin villages to his wife, Nechama, as the head of state was in Singapore for the funeral of its founding father Lee Kuan Yew.

She would hand over the report to Rivlin upon his return, according to AFP.

Israel’s top Palestinian MP, Ayman Odeh, began the 100-kilometer march on Thursday, with several dozen supporters, saying their aim was to put a spotlight on the ‘human misery’ faced by the Bedouin community.

The march started in the village of Wadi al-Naam, near the southern Israeli city of Beersheba, but not recognized by the authorities.

Odeh has pledged to secure formal recognition for more than 40 Bedouin villages which have no running water, are not connected to the electricity grid and lack basic infrastructure because of their unrecognized status.

He visited several of the largest villages on the march to Jerusalem.

Around 260,000 Bedouin live in Israel, more than half in unrecognized villages without utilities. Many live in extreme poverty