Over30,000 Palestinian lives, mostly women and children, have been tragically lost in the recent escalation of violence in Gaza.


Gaza Deaths Hit 30,000: Ceasefire Now!

The death toll in Gaza has surpassed 30,000, most of them are women and children. Thousands are missing. Hundreds of thousands are injured. Our teams have been working around the clock to support as many people as possible. But the need is beyond our imagination.

Over the last 12 years, we have provided aid to over 18 million people in need. From building homes in Syria, to feeding families facing famine in Yemen, from delivering babies in Iraq to helping the homeless in the UK, from delivering water to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh to responding to emergencies in Palestine, your donations are making a global difference. 


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AFH, along with its implementing partners has been responding to the devastating situation in Gaza since 7th October 2023. So far, we have provided urgent relief to over 100,000 people. 

This proposed project is a comprehensive response dedicated to providing comprehensive and dignified shelter solutions to at least 50 displaced families in Rafah. 

The primary objective is to address the immediate challenges faced by these displaced individuals and families, ensuring their well-being and offering a pathway to stability. The project encompasses a range of holistic activities and interventions tailored to meet the unique requirements of those affected by conflict-induced displacement. 

AFH aims to establish a comprehensive response which can build the resilience of the Palestinian people in Rafah during this devastating situation. AFH will ensure that the shelters are safe, secure, and protect inhabitants from environmental elements and potential risks. Through providing these amenities and services, we aim to meet the basic needs of the community and build the dignity of the affected population, including privacy of individuals and families and culturally sensitive shelter arrangements. 

The project aims not only to provide immediate relief but also to contribute to the long-term recovery and rebuilding efforts of families affected by conflict, offering them a renewed sense of hope and the foundation for a brighter future. Through the establishment of child friendly space, this aims to give children a sense of normalcy and to serve as a form of psychosocial support.  

AFH aims to sustain the camp services through as needed through providing running cost for the camp kitchen, medical space and other services.  

After over 100 days of war, Israeli bombardments persist in Gaza, causing civilian casualties and destruction alongside ground operations and clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinians groups in Gaza. The humanitarian impact of the ongoing war on the Gaza Strip is dire, with devastating consequences for the civilian population. Over the course of 100 days, the region has witnessed intense Israeli bombardments, ground operations, and clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinians. The toll on civilians is staggering, with the Ministry of Health reporting 23,968 Palestinians killed and 70,000 injured from October 7, 2023, to January 14, 2024. The destruction of infrastructure, including health facilities and schools, exacerbates the suffering, limiting access to essential services. The situation is further compounded by severe access constraints, hindering the delivery of humanitarian aid to those in need. Critical sectors such as healthcare, education, water, sanitation, and food security are grappling with immense challenges, amplifying the urgency for humanitarian aid. As the crisis unfolds, urgent measures are required to address the multifaceted humanitarian needs and mitigate the catastrophic impact of the war on the vulnerable population in the Gaza Strip.  

The need for this project arises from the acute humanitarian crisis faced by individuals and families who have fallen victim to the aggression, resulting in forced displacement and severe disruption to their lives. The ongoing aggression has left a trail of devastation, leaving countless people without adequate shelter, basic necessities, and a sense of security. Especially after the recent displacement, for thousands of families from the middle provinces to the province of Rafah. 

The project addresses the urgent and critical need for shelter arising from the Israeli war on Gaza, which has resulted in widespread displacement and devastation. The conflict has left countless families without homes, exposing them to harsh living conditions and significant security risks. The destruction of infrastructure, including residential buildings, has exacerbated the vulnerability of these families, leaving them in dire need of safe and dignified shelter. 


Almost 32,000 patients benefitted from our health project providing medical supplies and equipment to Palestine hospitals. The health sector is in a critical condition following years of conflict, with supplies dangerously low and major gaps in emergency care. 

Our Medical Response is crucial in bridging these gaps and ensuring that all people have access to the treatment they need. 


Food Aid

Almost 18,000 people benefitted from our distributions of food vouchers and food parcels. Our team works with nutritionists to ensure that these food parcels are nutritionally balanced. We also provide guidance on healthy eating to ensure that recipients can make the most of their meals.

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Water and Sanitation

Access to clean water remains a serious challenge in Palestine. More than one-sixth of residents in the West Bank and almost half of Gaza’s population have limited access to water. 

Access to sanitation is similarly scarce. Only 31 percent of the Palestinian population in the West Bank is connected to a sewerage network, and only 5-10% of Palestinian wastewater is treated. Estimates suggest that 90,000 cubic metres of raw sewage flows from Gaza into the Mediterranean Sea, increasing outbreaks of waterborne disease. 

In response, we’re bringing clean water and good sanitation to those in need. More than 42,000 people have benefitted from our Photovoltaic Solar System, which has seen three Water Filtration Units fitted into the university campuses, benefitting teachers and students. 

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Orphan/Child Welfare

We’re currently supporting 650 orphan households across the West Bank and Jerusalem with cash grants and food vouchers.

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Supporting our olive tree rehabilitation initiatives in Palestine is not only a form of Sadaqah Jariyah, but also a means of creating livelihoods for numerous Palestinian families who rely on olive farms.


Olive Tree Rehabilitation

Olive trees are an important symbol of peace, hope, and resilience. They are also a vital source of food and livelihood for many communities across the Middle East.For Palestine, olive trees have long been a key part of the country's landscape and economy. 

Olive cultivation in Palestine is considered a basic agricultural option for dry and semi-arid regions, providing a  sustainable use of the land. In addition to playing a key role in the economy, employing more then 20% of the total workforce, olive oil is also a staple food at home and a key export for the country.

However, olive trees can be susceptible to diseases, pests, and environmental stressors, which can reduce their productivity. We are rehabilitating old and neglected olive tree farms to help restore degraded landscapes, prevent soil erosion and further support livelihoods.

Please donate today to help support one of our key projects in Palestine.

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