Too many needy, stranded, and poverty-stricken children need significant help from Islamic Relief USA (IRUSA) with a Liberal United Nations Relief Award.
A commitment of US $ 2,440,000 will enable UNRWA to expand financial and in-kind assistance to 2,873 displaced young women and men - including 629 young people living in poverty. This is the fifth year in a row that IRUSA targets homeless people and children with disabilities who are living in need in the Gaza Strip, offering financial aid month after month, gracefully liberal in clothing, preparing and limiting construction and psychosocial interventions aimed at securing prosperity and improving registrants. .

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 68 percent of Gaza households reported facing severe or moderate degrees of food uncertainty. In 2020, more than 1.1 million Palestinians who were evacuated from the Strip depend on the Agency for food aid. Since the pandemic statement in March 2020, a large number of exiles have reported expanded financial difficulty due to government lockdowns that limit their entry to professions.

A continuous report issued by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics indicated that 73% of basic wage workers in Gaza faced a decrease in pending tasks in progress, and 39% of household income among Palestinian families had halved or more during the closure timeframe compared to February. 2020.


In this specific case, the battle to create and obtain customized assistance is even more difficult for young people who are stranded or living with disabilities. Today, more than 10,000 stranded children are registered with the UNRWA orphan program. Of these, 83 percent were classified as poor and 90 percent had childhood passes in female-headed households. Likewise compliance will ensure the instruction departments of the more than 500 evacuees registered at the Agency's Rehabilitation Center for the Visually Impaired, the main point of contact of its kind in the Gaza Strip.

Since its inception in 2015, IRUSA Mediation has helped nearly 2,400 vulnerable homeless and young people with disabilities every year.

Its projects, geared towards alleviating the world's need, range from children and the homeless to women's travel, food aid, training and welfare.

For far too long, UNRWA has provided compassionate and compelling assistance to the displaced from Palestine. Agency departments integrate free medical care, school education, food, money and microcredit aid to 5.7 million evacuees Palestinians facing grave hardship in Jordan, the Gaza Strip, Lebanon, Syria, and the West Bank.