Gaza Emergency Appeal

Child in Gaza receiving medical aid

Gaza is at breaking point. Please donate to our Gaza Emergency Appeal now.

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Gaza Emergency Appeal

The ongoing blockade, spiraling unemployment and recent violent escalations have pushed Gaza to the brink. The UN predicted that Gaza could become unlivable by 2020. Over half of Gazans do not have enough food to eat and three-quarters rely on humanitarian help to survive. Fishermen and farmers face restricted access to land and sea, making it hard to make a living.

A third of essential medicines are out of stock and a staggering 97% of water is undrinkable. Hospitals are struggling to cope with the thousands of injuries from airstrikes, as well as sicknesses from water contamination.

Help us to support the most vulnerable people by providing first aid kits and food, as well as medicine and tools to 68 hospitals and health centres across Gaza, which support 45,000 people.

Support our life-saving work in Gaza and help vulnerable people to access food and medicine as they try to recover and rebuild their lives. Save a life, and save all of mankind.

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Gaza’s ongoing conflict is increasing the death toll rapidly

Since early May, 27 Palestinians have been killed and over 150 injured in 150 air raids and artillery shelling. In the year prior to that, 271 people – including 41 children – had been killed and 29,187 injured, the majority while taking part in the Great March of Return protests.

The situation in Gaza has consistently been brutal and recent demonstrations has sparked more clashes. With the ongoing conflict, these numbers are expected to increase.

Human Appeal’s work in Gaza and the West Bank

Human Appeal is currently providing vital equipment for intensive care units and operating rooms, as well as renovating the CT Department at Shifa Hospital and establishing desalination plants for three major hospitals.

Human Appeal has been working across Gaza and the West Bank for over 10 years, running programmes to alleviate the suffering as the conflict continues. Last year alone, we helped over 300,000 people by providing lifesaving emergency aid and crucial health, shelter, food, livelihood, water, hygiene and sanitation support.

The difference we made in 2018

  • We installed a water desalination plant at Al Aqsa University, providing 70,000 litres of safe drinking water every day; benefiting more than 13,000 students and staff members daily.
  • We improved the eyesight and tooth recovery of over 20,000.
  • We supported over 300 Palestinian families by providing them with cash food vouchers.

  • We improved the housing conditions of 12 local houses across the Gaza Strip, enabling 93 vulnerable people to now live in a safe and healthy environment.
  • We helped to improve the lives of 9,000 people through our family sponsorship and livelihoods project.
  • We provided toys and recreational activities to 50 children with cancer and kidney problems and 450 orphans.

Our continued work on the ground in Gaza, ensures that your donations reach those in greatest need. Support our  Gaza Emergency Appeal to help save more innocent lives.


One note from the heart

Assalamu Alaykum, “I am Maryam and I’m 14 years old. I live at the Beach Refugee Camp in Gaza with a 14-member-family. Painting is my favourite hobby. I love my cat. Her name is Fofo and she is my friend. I love playing and I like studying hard. I dream to become a doctor when I get old.

Dad is a fisherman. Sometimes I go with him to help. I feel happy when I see the sea. I feel freedom. Dad has a small fishing boat. He can’t sail deep in the sea for fishing. The fishing area is too small [due to restrictions]. That’s why my family doesn’t have enough income and we mostly depend on aid.

From time to time, there is a scary war. I am afraid of losing someone from my family. I have lived through three difficult wars and I’m always scared of another one. Unfortunately, it’s become part of our life.

Getting water is difficult. Tap water, which is undrinkable, is mostly cut off. It’s salty and not clean. My brother goes, every day, to fill a gallon from a water unit in a nearby mosque. Electricity is mostly cut off. Our home turns dark as soon as the sun sets.

When I was born, they discovered that I have renal failure. I was born with one kidney. Dad and mum tried to donate a kidney for me, but doctors said the tissues didn’t match. I started getting kidney dialysis treatment when I was six. It is so exhausting to go to the hospital for dialysis treatment. It affects my progress at school. Alhamdulillah, I only go once a week now.

Dialysis machines provided by Human Appeal helped me and many other patients get the treatment we need. Without such help, our life would be even harder. I hope you will remember me with your prayers and remember the people of Palestine, who love you because you stood by them. I really thank you from my heart.”

Let’s be one. Unite with us to help the people of Gaza.