We save the lives of malnourished children and support their families to beat hunger.
The number of civilian victims continues to rise. And the violence doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon. A catastrophic humanitarian crisis is unfolding before us.
The situation in Gaza has left over 2 million people without access to clean water, food, medicine and energy. Without fuel, hospitals are running out of power for life-saving operations.
With the temporary ceasefire, some aid trucks are starting to enter into Gaza. But this is not enough. Before the violence escalated, there were 100 every day.
The UN estimates that more than 1 million people have been internally displaced in Gaza. With all border crossings closed or destroyed, there’s no escape.