DEC 26 ATTACKS
A missile attack on December 26 damaged Al Durra paediatricians hospital and a children’s hospital and a rehabilitation centre for the disabled in Gaza.
Human Concern is responding immediately with relief for the affected population.
Human Concern is paying the medical expenses for the people injured in the attacks and those who do not have medical insurance.
We are working on getting ventilators inside Gaza as many children are having problems breathing due to inhaling the gas from the attacks.
We are also moving the families whose homes were damaged to school buildings while HCI rehabilitates their homes to withstand the coming winter months.
Help us respond to this emergency and to continue looking after the most vulnerable families to Gaza in the coming winter months of 2020-2021.
Our missions is more than to provide temporary relief. It is to take the residents of Gaza from crises to sustainability by investing in programs that provides education and economic empowerment. Human Concern International is committed to the United Nations SDGs and is working tirelessly to make a sustainable impact in the fight against poverty.
Help us lift 57% of the population in Gaza above the poverty line, for good.
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How To Help?
Feed a family for a month
Provide necessary medical aid
Provide warmth and shelter to a family
Stats on Gaza
- 100 k$100,000 allocated to emergency response and on-going development in Gaza to move communities from crises to sustainabilitiy
- Nine 9 solarbased desalination units installed to provide clean drinking water to children in schools
- 15 k15,000 people benefited through community projects, relief packages, and medical care
In The Field
Human Concern International’s staff, volunteers, and partners actively take photos of their time and their work in the field with our beneficiaries as they receive food baskets, medical care, warm meals, and more. To see the latest photos from the field, follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
OUR STAFF COMMENTS
Our work in Gaza is on-going. We provide emergency relief to families whose homes have been destroyed, care for the orphans, and medical supplies to hospitals. There’s never a shortage of work to be done.