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  • Feb. 8

    Majority of Gaza’s children now trapped in land area less than a fifth of enclave’s total land mass as Israeli military expands into Rafah

  • Jan. 29

    UNRWA funding cuts threaten Palestinian lives in Gaza and region, say NGOs

  • Jan. 24

    16 Leading Humanitarian and Human Rights Organizations call to stop arms transfers to Israel, Palestinian Armed Groups

  • Jan. 11

    GAZA: 10,000 children killed in nearly 100 days of war

  • Jan. 10

    GAZA: Blocking food supplies to Gaza will have life-long impacts on children with malnutrition rising – Save the Children

Audio Diary by Matt Sugrue, Director of Program Operations at Gaza Response

Audio Diary by Matt Sugrue, Director of Program Operations at Gaza Response

Matt Sugrue shares the situation from Rafah, Gaza. Children and their families are in need of support and immediate care.

Instead of learning in school, Gaza’s children are forced to learn how to survive bombs and hunger

Instead of learning in school, Gaza’s children are forced to learn how to survive bombs and hunger

Children in Gaza are not learning to become the next generation of scientists and artists. Instead, they are being forced to learn to survive one of the most destructive bombing campaigns in history, as well as one of the worst hunger crises anywhere in the world.

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