How the colder months are affecting Palestinian refugees this winter

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  • In Gaza, more than 100,000 refugees
    continue to struggle without adequate shelter to stay safe and warm during the cold winter months. This is while also contending with the crippling nine year siege, and the aftermath of the devastating 2014 assault . Tragically, at least three children froze to death last winter due to inadequate shelter. As the situation continues to deteriorate, the same could happen again this year.  
  • The winter months will be just as devastating for Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and refugee camps in
    Jordan and Lebanon.
    Millions of Palestinian refugees are already living in
    abject poverty. The colder temperatures and heavy rain could destroy
    even more homes and lives, and endanger the health and well-being of the most
    vulnerable.
  • Syrian refugees continue to
    deal with conflict, insecurity and trauma. It is not an overstatement to say
    that winter adds a whole new level of misery to those already struggling.

You can help by providing heaters, blankets, warm clothes, food parcels, fuel or financial support directly to Palestinian refugees in Gaza, the West Bank and refugee camps in Jordan and Lebanon. Please visit www.interpal.org or call 020 8961 9993 to make a donation.

Thank you for your support. 

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