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Relief projects in the Gaza Strip

Months after the war in Gaza, residents are suffering from severe hunger and a shortage of water and food in all areas of the Strip, especially in the northern areas of the Strip. The Child Appeal Association continues its humanitarian efforts by providing  relief projects to the displaced.


Meal projects

The association established relief projects to provide food for the displaced, as meals were provided to about a thousand people in Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip. Within the framework of this project, the association provided food parcels to the displaced in Rafah, containing a wide variety of vegetables for two hundred and thirty individuals. In addition, the association organized another project to provide rice and meat meals to four thousand people in Rafah, in an attempt to meet urgent food needs.

During its relief projects in the Gaza Strip, it became clear that there was a large number of displaced people in need of urgent assistance and support. Subsequently, the association provided hot meals to thousands of displaced people in the south of the Gaza Strip, as this area is witnessing a large displacement and the presence of large numbers of displaced people in a small area.

Shelter projects

It is worth noting that the association implemented a shelter project for displaced people in the Mawasif Khan Yunis area in Rafah, where 20 tents were set up to shelter 20 families. The association provided blankets in large quantities, as two blankets were placed in each tent, to provide additional protection in light of the difficult weather conditions.

Solar supply project

Due to the deteriorating health situation due to the current situation, a good amount of diesel was provided to the European Gaza Hospital, which is considered vital between the cities of Khan Yunis and Rafah and its location is safer than other areas.

Therefore, diesel fuel, which is used as fuel for ambulances, was introduced so that it would be easier for the wounded and sick to access it

It is worth noting that large numbers of displaced people and medical staff are concentrated in this hospital.

Despite ongoing efforts, the need remains huge, beyond the capacity of any single institution. The war that has been going on for months is weighing heavily on all aspects of life in the Gaza Strip, with humanitarian aid not being allowed to cross through the Rafah crossing, which increases the difficulty of the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip.

Call for the Child Association pledges to continue providing the necessary support to those affected, and to provide the necessary humanitarian aid to improve life and health conditions in Gaza.

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