Friends, comrades, brothers and kind people
The people in Gaza are calling you to help them to withstand Israeli injustice
On Friday 30th March, thousands Palestinian refugees in Gaza marched peacefully near the border, in hope of returning to the homes they were expelled from in 1945. Since the march of great return, over 13 000 injuries came through their doors and 130 deaths. A very big problem is also the rate of amputation due to a lack of resources. With about 9500 severe injuries, imagine the challenges. The ongoing blockade is making Gaza virtually unlivable. Nearly 2 million people are denied freedom of movement and access to livelihoods. Nearly 40% of people are food insecure and go to bed hungry every single night.
Basic medicines and medical supplies are blocked from entering the region, preventing families from accessing vital healthcare. Constant power cuts have plunged Gaza into darkness, giving schools, homes and hospitals a meagre 3 to 5 hours of electricity each day.
Over 96% of water in Gaza is unfit to drink, and restrictions on imports and investment mean that Gaza’s damaged infrastructure will only fall further into disrepair, making the water crisis progressively worse. Pregnant women and vulnerable children are forced to drink dirty water, leading to infection and disease.
During the 2014 conflict, the Gaza Strip was bombed from the air, sea, and land for 51 days, devastating thousands of homes, schools, universities, hospitals and places of worship Around 73 mosques were destroyed and 197 were damaged.
The tragic deaths of unarmed protesters on the border of Gaza unfortunately just serves as an illustration of the persecution and violence that Palestinians face on a daily basis. By donating to our projects in Gaza, you can ensure that vulnerable Palestinian families are receiving the support they so desperately need.
For just £100, you can provide a poverty-stricken family with emergency food, clean water and medical supplies, to help them survive in truly dire circumstances.
For the small price of £65, you can give a hungry family of four enough nutritious food to last them a whole month.
These small acts of kindness can mean the difference between life and death for Palestinian families trapped by poverty and oppression.
You can save a precious life today.
:Hanan bank accounts details
Our USD Correspondent in New
JPMorgan Chase Bank, New York
Swift Code: CHASUS33
ABA No. 021000021
Bank of Palestine Ltd.,
Branch No. 448, Bank No. 89
Swift Code: PALSPS22
Beneficiary Name: Hanan for culture & social development association
Beneficiary Account No. 332627
IBAN : PS89PALS044803326270333000000