Humanitarian Crisis Persists in Gaza as Displaced Families Struggle Through Winter



A recent video report from a Gaza refugee camp in the city of Rafa highlights the severe living conditions faced by displaced people during winter. As the conflict between Israel and Hamas continues, the humanitarian crisis deepens with shortages of basic necessities such as safe water, food, and adequate shelter. The report sheds light on the struggles of one family living in a tent, the inadequate aid reaching the area, and the challenges faced by women and children. The need for increased humanitarian assistance is urgent to alleviate the suffering of the camp’s vulnerable residents.

  • The conflict between Israel and Hamas has reached its 100th day, with devastating casualties and destruction.
  • Approximately 1,200 Israelis and nearly 24,000 Palestinians have been killed, with Gaza experiencing severe infrastructural damage.
  • About half of Gaza’s buildings are damaged or destroyed, and nearly 2 million people have been displaced.
  • Displaced individuals in a refugee camp in Rafa are living in dire conditions, with a lack of safe drinking water, food, and shelter.
  • Relief organizations report that the aid entering Gaza meets only 10% of the needs, with critical shortages of blankets, mattresses, and tents.
  • Women and children are particularly vulnerable, facing harsh living conditions and uncertain futures.
  • Hiba Tibi, Deputy Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa for the NGO CARE, emphasizes the dedication of local staff in distributing aid and the urgent need for more support.

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