The starvation inside the besieged enclave a “moral outrage”!

(UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres)

Over 70 percent of Gaza’s 2.3 million population is facing “catastrophic hunger”, a UN report published on 18th March, has warned.

About 3 Million people trapped in northern Gaza, where in desperation they are eating animal feed. At least 27 children have died of malnutrition in recent weeks.

Since October 7, At least 32,845 Palestinians have been killed and 75,392 wounded in Israeli attacks on Gaza!

For past few weeks Israeli air strikes have constantly hit Rafah in Gaza, where the UN says over 1.9 million internally displaced Palestinians are trying to shelter from the bombardment and military operations of Israel.

After months of carpet bombing, majority of  Gaza’s infrastructure is destroyed and over 75% of the population are displaced to one small area in Rafah. Palestinians have nowhere to go, and their homes, schools, hospitals, and even the graveyards have been demolished. There is no food, water, shelter, or medicine. There is no home and nowhere to go!

Palestinians gather to collect aid in Gaza City.

The humanitarian situation in Gaza is dire, and Palestinian families urgently need your help. Since the violent attacks by Palestinian armed groups and Israel’s retaliatory measures in October 2023, more than 3 million people are facing a massive crisis. Necessities like electricity, fuel, food, and water remain scarce, and the incoming aid falls way short of meeting the enormous needs. There’s a growing risk of famine looming over Gaza.

Families have lost everything – their loved ones, homes, and livelihoods. They are in desperate need of food, water, medicine, safe shelter, and proper sanitation facilities. The ongoing conflict poses immediate health risks, adding to the already catastrophic situation.

Al Mustafa Trust is appealing for an immediate ceasefire, the release of all hostages, and full humanitarian access to Gaza.

Up to 1.9 million people in Gaza (80% of the population) have been displaced by the current conflict.

Over 32,000 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza.

There’s a daily loss of $1.6 million in farm production in Gaza during the conflict.

What Al Mustafa Trust is Doing to Help:

While minimal aid reaches displaced families through the Rafah crossing (Egypt), our efforts have been focused on providing essential provisions such as food, water, and medicine. Al Mustafa Trust is on the ground, working tirelessly to deliver immediate assistance. In the form of medical aid, food, and clean water.

We’re in discussions with partners to mount a comprehensive humanitarian response in Gaza, starting as soon as it’s safe, and likely continuing for at least next 5 years.

Aid for Families in Gaza

We’ve distributed Flour, food packs and cooked food for families in Gaza. Al Mustafa Trust procured 1,000 food kits containing staple items distributed to displaced families. Hygiene kits are being distributed to help people stay clean and avoid water-borne diseases.

We’re planning to install wells and water treatment units to provide drinkable water for families once the conflict ends inshallah.

How You Can Help!

Donate Now

Your contribution directly supports our Palestine emergency relief efforts, providing essential resources like medical aid, food, and shelter.

Spread the Word

Share this page with your friends, family, and on social media. Help us raise awareness and increase support for those facing hardship.

Please donate whatever you can, as our Muslim brothers and sisters in Gaza are facing a situation unlike any before.

Your support is crucial in helping us continue our lifeline for Palestinian families. Please consider donating generously to our Palestine Emergency Appeal now.

Al Mustafa Trust’s Position on the Conflict:

We condemn all attacks and violence against civilians. Deliberate attacks on civilians are never justifiable. We call for an immediate ceasefire and humanitarian aid must be allowed to reach those in need.

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