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What does 2023 look like for Palestine?

In 2023, the siege in Gaza will enter its 16th year. This means another year of suffering for Palestinians as they face one of the world’s longest-running military occupations in recent times. The restrictions on movements mean Palestinians have very limited access to necessities and basic amenities. The siege in…

Interpal - Winter 2021 in Palestine

2022: A difficult year for Palestine

With days consisting of only a few hours of daylight, families are forced to use candles for light and warmth.

Interpal - With Palestinian school children in Gaza

World Children’s Day: How does Interpal support Palestinian children?

In November, the UN marks Children’s Day to promote the welfare and rights of children around the world. However, Palestinian children are not afforded the same rights or protection as others. Israel’s brutal and illegal 15-year-old siege on Gaza has left 4 out of 5 children with depression.  From the…

Saeda Shaladan; a 40-year-old mother of five from Gaza, pictured in 2017 during our Winter Humanitarian Aid campaign

Saeda: The single mother of five from Gaza

We would like to celebrate the strength and resilience of the Palestinian women who shine through their adversities. This is the story of Saeda Shaladan; a 40-year-old mother of five from Gaza. Saeda took custody of her 5 children following her divorce. This custody battle didn’t come easy as she…

The Nakba Began in 1948

A Timeline: The Nakba Began in 1948…

Today marks the 74th anniversary of the Nakba (the catastrophe), when over 750,000 Palestinians were expelled from their homes and forced to become refugees within the West Bank, Gaza Strip and neighbouring countries. The Nakba is not just a singular historic event, it is an ongoing reality for Palestinians. The…