The recent escalation of the conflict in Gaza has had a huge impact on millions of people, who now live with uncertainty and fear. This situation worsens the existing humanitarian crisis. And the price for the conflict is paid by civilians.Act Now!
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By informing yourself about the specific circumstances, you not only gain insights into the long history between Israel and Palestine but also have the opportunity to share knowledge with others. You can check these official sources for more information:
The Associated Press’ Fact Check
Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor
The Rights Forum calls on the government to find a political solution to the war, and by signing this petition, you ensure that it is indeed taken up by the Second Chamber. In addition, two civil servants from The Hague have initiated a citizens' initiative, calling on the government to speak out against the violation of international humanitarian law in Gaza by the Israeli authorities. There is also Oxfam Novib.
PCRF is the primary humanitarian organization in Palestine, delivering crucial and life-saving medical relief and humanitarian aid where it is needed most. Access to essential resources like food, clean water, and healthcare is severely limited. Urgent action is needed. With your support, we can continue this vital work, ensuring that the over one million children of Gaza receive the urgent care they need and deserve.
The Plant an Olive Tree (Plant een Olijfboom) community supports Palestinians in need through the Palestine Fund. Human to human. 100% of the donations go to Palestine. With donations we support people in need with food and medicine. Right now, the people helping are also people trying to survive. The situation is constantly changing. Through our local contacts we do what is possible.
Medical aid in Gaza is at risk of coming to a halt due to significant shortages. In overcrowded hospitals, surgeries are performed with minimal anesthesia. The injured are lying in the hallways and outside on the streets. Additional relief workers and medical supplies are ready to enter Gaza as soon as possible, but more assistance is urgently needed.
Be the beacon of hope for Palestine refugees. Giving to UNRWA today will help provide vital food, and cash assistance to thousands of Palestine refugee families.
Never has a child started a war. Yet, it is precisely children who often suffer the consequences of brutal wartime violence. We are deeply concerned about the escalating violence in the Middle East. War is unpredictable, but we ensure that children can rely on us. This also applies to children growing up in other conflict zones, such as Ukraine or Sudan. Support for them remains crucial. We cannot do this alone.
People in Israel and the occupied territories urgently need assistance. The escalation of the conflict puts many innocent civilians' lives at risk. The Red Cross will, as always, continue to provide help without taking sides in conflict situations. Your donation contributes to our humanitarian aid efforts in both Israel and Gaza, as well as the West Bank.
WFP was working with 23 bakeries at the start of the emergency response and providing bread for 200,000 people in shelters.
WFP provides cash-based transfers so people can buy food in shops that remain open. Nearly 250,000 people in Gaza have used cash assistance in shops since 7 October, with around 11,000 people redeeming their electronic vouchers every day to buy food from shops.
Navigate through the names of the high-performing charities included in our list to learn more about their mission, programs, and services and to make a donation via the Giving Basket, empowering these charities as they tirelessly work toward fostering peace, facilitating recovery, and nurturing a sense of belonging and security.
Children are suffering from hunger, lack of shelter and are facing terror every day. With limited aid able to reach them, children are facing a humanitarian catastrophe. The situation is evolving fast and the violence continues. Our teams have been working around the clock to preposition vital supplies - such as drinking water, hygiene products, food parcels and blankets - to meet the needs of impacted children. In the last week, Save the Children’s first supplies entered Gaza from Egypt, including medical kits, consumables, and water. A truck carrying 45,000 bottles of water was one of Save the Children's first deliveries to arrived in Gaza
UNICEF, originally called the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund in full, now officially United Nations Children's Fund, is an agency of the United Nations responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide