Mohammad* is 8 years old. He lost his brother, Wajdi*, in the military operation “Protective Edge”. Mohammad suffered from PTSD after what he has witnessed. The loss of his brother affected his psychological health and caused him some difficulties at school. His sleep causing him anxiety and nightmares. His mother Alia* turned to Save the Children’s partner in the north of the Gaza Strip, Hope and Life Association, to ask for support.
Wafaa* is a 13 year-old student in Khalil Ewieda Preparatory School in the North of the Gaza Strip. She lives in Beit Haboun area which was severely affected in the last operation “Protective Edge”. Wafaa’s dream is to become a doctor because she wants to help people. She wants to establish her own hospital and provide good medical services to patients free of charge.
27th August 2014 - Save the Children welcomes with relief the much-needed ceasefire agreement. We hope this will be sustained and ensure the wellbeing of children
24 August 2014 – Nearly half a million children in Gaza will not be able to return to primary and secondary schools on Sunday as the new academic year starts, Save the Children, UNICEF and UNESCO said today.
16th July 2014 - One out of every five people killed in Gaza since the escalation of violence is a child, and the numbers will keep rising until a long-lasting agreement is reached that ensures that both Israeli and Palestinian children can live without fear for their survival, Save the Children warns.
10th July 2014 -The spiralling violence in Gaza and southern Israel has to stop now before more innocent children and civilians lose their lives, Save the Children warns.
Gaza Audir Report 2012 includes all Gaza office financial statements for the year 2012