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GAZA EMERGENCY FUND
Donate your Zakat & Sadaqah to the Emergency Gaza Relief Fund which will help rebuild Gaza and provide Humanitarian Assistance and Relief to Palestinians.
FOOD PACKS: £50
Each food pack costs £50 and feeds a family of 5 for one month, it contains foods such as barley, oats, lentils, powdered milk, flour, oil, sardines and other staples. Save lives today!
CLEAN WATER : £150
97% of the drinking water in the Gaza Strip is contaminated and impotable because of sewage pollution. Provide clean drinking water for a family for the entire year - £150.
Medical Supplies: £200
The never-ending siege and conflict has caused near-total decimation of the healthcare infrastructure in Gaza. Provide Urgent Life Saving Medical Supplies to Hospitals - £200
More than 50 years of occupation and 13 years of blockade have made the lives of 2 million Palestinians living inside the Gaza Strip unbearable.
97% of ground water is undrinkable
90 million litres of untreated sewage is pumped out to sea
7 out of 10 people in Gaza are refugees
Families who were forced to leave their villages in 1948.
2 million people are confined
Described as the world’s largest open-air prison
90% are in need of humanitarian aid
1.7 million of the population in Gaza need humanitarian aid
1 - 2 hours of electricity daily
Every day, Gaza experiences up to 22 hours of power outage.
75% of children traumatised by war
500,000 traumatised by war, occupation & blockade
Gaza Emergency Appeal : World’s largest open-air prison
One of the most densely populated areas on earth, Gaza today is at risk of health and environmental catastrophe from ailing water and sanitation infrastructure. The sewage system is unable to cope with the needs of the area’s 2 million people, meaning that 90 million litres of untreated or partially treated raw sewage is released into the Mediterranean Sea every day. Essential materials are barred from entry, making it impossible to update and maintain water and sanitation facilities and posing a serious threat to health and livelihoods. Restrictions on fuel imports have led to severe electricity shortages. Without access to regular and reliable electricity, hospitals are unable to operate at full capacity. Gaza has the highest unemployment rate in the world, estimated at nearly 43 per cent..
The 2014 Israel-Gaza war took a heavy toll on Gaza’s children: more than 700 were killed, 3,374 were injured – nearly a third of whom suffer permanent disability – and more than 1,500 were orphaned. The war devastated infrastructure that was already teetering on the brink of collapse. The education and health sectors were particularly hard hit. During the 51-day conflict, 258 schools and kindergartens were damaged, including 26 schools that are beyond repair. Seven health facilities were destroyed and 67 hospitals and clinics were damaged. The damage to school buildings has placed additional strain on the education system, which was already operating on double shifts before the war – with half the students attending in the morning and the other half in the afternoon – due to a shortage of classroom space.