Gaza Strip

Maya Bu-Hasanen
“Palestinian women get cancer twice. Once through the body and once through the partner, when he abandons his wife. The latter is a fate that nearly 75 percent of women with cancer have to face.”
Mustafa Ibrahim –
Accompanied by her family, Rana arrived in the Gaza Strip in 1997. Born in Kuwait she entered  with a visitor’s permit submitted by her grandmother, which was approved by the Israeli authorities. Approval is required for anyone who wishes to enter Gaza.
Mustafa Ibrahim –
Despite the end of the aggression, Nour’s 13-year-old daughter refuses to go back to sleeping in her own room. She prefers the hallway. According to Nour, most residents of the Gaza Strip prefer to sleep near the door.
Donya Altaieb – Salem Al-Rayes – Mohamad Abu Doun – Asmaa Azaizeh
Daraj and Raseef22 collaborated in assessing the vaccine rollout in Palestine and Yemen in light of the challenges these two countries face: administrative shortcomings and corrupt systems. This is the first report from Palestine.
Salem Al-Rayes
The health sector in Gaza continues today thanks to emergency intervention here and quick assistance there, without any regularity in aid or a clear plan that the residents can rely on even for the few days to come.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني