Thank You for Your Generosity

YOU DID IT! The ‘Water Rehabilitation’ campaign for Gaza was met thanks to the generosity of a handful of KinderUSA supporters! After a year of difficulties with accessibility and inclusion associated with remote learning, children in Gaza are finally returning to face-to-face learning with the prospect of clean drinking water and rehabilitated lavatories! Strict health…

Our Continued Work In Gaza

The continued, suffocating, blockade, now approaching its 15th year,  has affected every aspect of life in Gaza, severely limiting access to all essential services, while leaving more than a half-million children without access to safe drinking water. Noura Erakat, human rights attorney and an Assistant Professor at Rutgers University, was recently quoted in the Euro-Mediterranean Human…

A Family In Need

After the death of her husband from a high voltage shock while attempting to repair the home refrigerator, 24-year-old Sa’adia suddenly found herself widowed with five children, the youngest 3 months old. Before her husband passed away, he struggled to bring home income working in the agriculture fields until that ended along with most jobs…

From the Field in Gaza

The situation in the Gaza Strip has never been worse than it is nowadays. The global COVID-19 pandemic has only highlighted the already terrible conditions the Strip was going through. People in Gaza are currently living in a double quarantine. The first quarantine is due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the other one is due…

Emergency Food Needed In Gaza

“I have many illnesses, but my main source of pain is not being able to feed my children.” said Sabra, who must feed and shelter 11 family members. The Guardian recently reported that in Gaza families search through rubbish to find food to feed their families. During this unparalleled period, the ripple effects from COVID19…

Lebanon From the Ashes

In case you missed our discussion with Rami Khouri, you can watch it on our YouTube channel. We talked about the past, present and future of Lebanon, and how to move forward after the explosion in Beirut. The goal of this installment of Talks on Palestine is to raise funds for our Mobile Library, which…

Bringing Relief to Lebanon

The blast that decimated large swaths of Beirut left hundreds of thousands homeless, and over 200 dead with thousands more witnessing their livelihoods in ruins. The explosion exacerbated already ravaging economic conditions for a population struggling to put food on the table. The Beirut port explosion has created a major food security emergency in Lebanon…