Last Ramadan you helped
us reach over 15,000 families. Here is Um Nasser’s story.

Um Nasser lives in Khan Younis
refugee camp, located in the southern area of the Gaza strip. It currently
houses more than 72,000 refugees, who for decades have suffered from the
crippling effects of the ongoing blockade and Israeli attacks.

As the month of Ramadan began
last year, residents of the camp were subjected to yet another assault, leaving
thousands of people in urgent need of medical care and shelter.

Before the devastating attack on
Gaza, Um Nasser was already relying on aid assistance to feed her children. Two
of the children were forced to leave school because she was unable to afford
their educational costs.

As the assault continued into the
Holy Month, Um Nasser’s needs grew increasingly urgent. Some of her family
members had been injured during the assault and she feared for the safety of
her children.

During the emergency, Interpal helped over 5,000 Palestinians
receive urgent medical aid, food parcels, non-food items, iftar meals, blankets
and financial aid. 
Um Nasser and her children were one of the families who
received Interpal’s support.

had nothing to provide for my children on the first day of Ramadan and then
when the attacks started I feared for my children’s lives. Thank you so much
for your help. You do not know how much it helps me. Alhamdulillah and Jazakum
Allah Khair.” –
Um Nasser, Gaza

It is because of its donors that
Interpal is able to help thousands of Palestinians mitigate the devastating
effects of poverty and deprivation every year.

This Ramadan, stand #WithPalestine. We thank you for your generosity.  | 020 8961 9993 

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