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Monday 4 June 2018

دراسة بحثية جديدة تظهر وجود جيل كامل من الأطفال في غزة على حافة الإصابة بأزمة صحية عقلية

 

 

تحذر منظمة أنقذوا الأطفال من تداعيات استمرار العنف الجديد على آخر ما تبقى من الصمود والمرونة لدى الأطفال

 

Monday 4 June 2018

Generation of children in Gaza on the brink of a mental health crisis, new research shows

 

Save the Children warns fresh violence may destroy last vestiges of resilience  

Feelings of depression, hyperactivity, a preference for being alone, and aggression were reported by 95 percent of children in Gaza, new research released by Save the Children has shown. 

Tuesday 15 May 2018

More than 150 children shot by live ammunition in deadliest day since 2014

Jennifer Moorehead, Save the Children’s Occupied Palestinian Territory Country Director, said:   

"Today is another devastating day for the children of Gaza. We were horrified at reports this morning that an eight-month old baby girl died from inhaling tear gas at the protests on Monday, with our staff on the ground telling us that the family was almost a kilometre from the security fence when this happened.

Monday 14 May 2018

At least 1,000 children injured in Gaza protests as casualties rise in deadliest day yet

The number of child casualties in Gaza since the protests began more than six weeks ago has now passed 1,000 as scores of injured flooded in following one of the most violent days seen so far, Save the Children warns.

Friday 11 May 2018

More than 250 children in Gaza shot with live ammunition as protests escalate

Hundreds of children, some as young as eight years old, have been shot by live ammunition in the Gaza protests, an analysis by Save the Children has shown. 

Out of more than 500 detailed injuries in children, at least 250 (some 50 percent) were hit with live bullets, according to data collected by the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza, which is also being used by the United Nations in its reporting. 

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