Palestine is facing its worst humanitarian crisis since the eight-day war of 2012, with bombardments creating more casualties every hour. £100 can supply 600 bandages to treat the wounded£500 can provide food packs to 50 families We have been responding to the current crisis since day one. Since the recent crisis has begun, we have been able to reach 12 main hospitals, providing medical disposables, medical drugs and food, reaching 3604 injured Palestinians and hospital staff. 400 hearty food packs have been distributed across 7 locations, reaching 2000 people who have been forced to leave their homes. Currently, 2 trucks of medical supplies are being distributed to 12 main hospitals to treat 3,604 injured Palestinians. Also, 1 truck of food is currently reaching 11 main hospitals in Gaza, providing food for over 3,000 injured Palestinians and hospital staff. we have plans to deliver 20 trucks of medical drugs across 15 hospitals. These drugs will reach 5,000 injured and should be sufficient for three months. 30 water tanks will also be delivered to 8 schools. Bombardments have killed over 500 people so far, and casualties are increasing every hour, with more than 3,000 wounded. 36 of the dead are children, and over 25,000 children have been left psychologically shaken due to injury, losing their homes or the death of family members. More than 1,000 houses have been destroyed or damaged, leaving around 9,900 people homeless, seeking shelter with friends and family. They urgently need bedding, clothes, hygiene items and cooking kits. Half the population has no access to clean water, so there is a high risk of diseases spreading. Five health facilities have been damaged by air strikes. Hospitals are running low on vital medical supplies and food for patients, while fuel for ambulances and hospital generators is scarce. Recently increased restrictions on the transportation of goods across borders are making the situation even more desperate. We are currently providing essential medical supplies to hospitals in Palestine as well as vital food aid to patients, families and medical staff. We also have plans to begin providing emergency items to families – clothing, bedding, lighting, fuel and cooking stoves – as well as family food packs and desperately-needed clean water.