Yes initiative to fight hunger and poverty in Gaza
It is a youth initiative aimed at fighting poverty, hunger and blockade prevailing in Gaza by bringing in donations and the purchase of aid to needy families .
The goals of the initiative: ..
Initiative non-profit and non-belonging to any movement or any organization or institution.
Is a group of young people seeking to relieve the people in Gaza
The proportion of poverty and hunger in Gaza has increased after the 2014 war, which caused mass destruction on a large level
And it increased the number of poor families that do not have any available source of income and still suffering so far and need to many of the necessities of life, and the goal of the initiative to help poor families in Gaza , and also help orphans who have lost their loved ones in the war
Services provided by the Initiative for the needy and orphans
1- the distribution of food parcels for families in all the provinces of Gaza and equality in the distribution will be working on food expulsion of all needy families and orphans in Gaza distribution
2- breakfasts mass in all the provinces of Gaza
3- projects to support poor families and orphans
Providing a source of income through her
A- small-scale projects
4- Provide some of the needs of poor families and orphans who Vkaddo their homes in the war
Such as: - washing machine, refrigerator, oven, etc
5- raise awareness for young people and poor families sessions to seek work
The first goal of the initiative: Making poor family consumer, to a happy and productive family
According to Statistics The population of the Gaza Strip in 2014, 1.953 million
In the case of the funding will be treated and be donors to Attalaa each plan we are ready to provide videos and
photos from Gaza in order to thank your support
Gaza is composed of five provinces, is the northern Gaza Strip area: 61 km, Gaza Province: 74 km, Central Region: 58 km, Khan Younis area: 108 km, and the province of Rafah: 64 km.
And it includes the governorates of the Gaza Strip eight camps: the camp of Jabalia, Shati refugee camp, Rafah, Khan Yunis refugee camp, Bureij, Maghazi refugee camp, Nuseirat refugee camp, and the camp of Deir al-Balah.
The Gaza Strip, an area of 365 kilometers, representing 1 percent of historic Palestine is the most densely populated regions of the world.