|This report is the FINAL audit report for Gaza office for the year 2012||03/07/2013||2MB|
|A Decade of Distress||Based on Save the Children interviews, it is clear that the ongoing instability and feelings of entrapment have left many children and young people in Gaza with a deep sense of insecurity, fear and hopelessness, and have had a profound impact on their mental health and well‑being.||25/03/2019||1MB|
|Danger is our Reality Infographics||Infographics summarizing the key findings and results of the 'Danger is our Reality' report on the impact of conflict and occupation on education in the West Bank of the occupied Palestinian territory.||01/04/2021||12MB|
|Danger is Our Reality Report||Danger is Our Reality is a report published by Save the Children's occupied Palestinian territory country office on the impact of conflict and the occupation on education in the West Bank. Palestinian children have lived the entirety of their lives under military occupation and conflict. Many Palestinian children are exposed to dangers on their way to and from school and in the classroom.
|Defenceless Infographics||Infographics the key findings and results of the Save the Children oPt report 'Defenceless' on the impact of Israeli military detention on Palestinian children.||01/04/2021||10MB|
|Defenceless Report||Defenceless is a report that delves into the impact of Israeli military detention on Palestinian children. Growing up amidst military occupation and conflict has had a profound impact on Palestinian children in the West Bank and Gaza. It has impacted every aspect of their lives, from their safety and development to their psychosocial wellbeing and mental health.||01/04/2021||2MB|
|EU Education Programme in Gaza - Dalal's story||Among Save the Children’s interventions is a 16-month project aimed at reducing barriers to quality and protective education services for at risk and out of school girls and boys in the Gaza Strip. The project focused on enhancing children’s access and retention to quality and safe education opportunities through remedial education, education material support combined with referral pathways to service providers, to children and families exhibiting extreme vulnerabilities.
On the school and community level, this was complemented with capacity development to targeted formal schools in community catchment areas to ensure children have access to quality and safe educational opportunities. The project directly reached 5,560 beneficiaries. This project was implemented in partnership with Tamer Institute for Community Education and Al-Mezan Center for Human Rights, with funding from the European Union.
|Gaza Administrative Report 2012 ||The Gaza Administrative Report 2012 is a narrative report for all Gaza projects’ activities.||07/06/2013||689KB|
|Gaza Audit Report 2012||Gaza Audir Report 2012 includes all Gaza office financial statements for the year 2012||03/07/2013||2MB|
|Hope Under the Rubble Infographic||Infographic summarizing the key findings of SC report 'Hope Under the Rubble' on the impact of Israel's home demolition policy on Palestinian children and their families.||27/07/2021||1MB|