The tragic situation in Gaza

Nearly two million people are stranded in Gaza, with very limited access to the most essential services. Deprived of the right to move, millions of Palestinians find themselves separated from their families and have no prospects.

Although illegal, the Israeli blockade has been in place for more than ten years. The consequences are immense and the humanitarian needs gigantic: the blockade has ravaged the Gaza economy and restricted access to food, water and essential services such as health and education. By preventing most residents from leaving Gaza, they also cut ties between Palestinians.



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The blockade also prevents trade with the West Bank or foreign markets, and restricts the entry of essential building materials. General fuel shortages result in power outages lasting up to 20 hours each day, resulting in many failures in the water and sanitation systems and the difficulty for hospitals, schools, and small businesses to continue operating.

80% of the population is dependent on humanitarian aid. Many key industries have been decimated and 50% of youth are unemployed, the highest unemployment rate in the world.

In light of the tragic conditions In Gaza strip, SOS Gaza children team is working to highlight the lives of children in this forgotten area.

 

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