We are pleased to offer our support to the Sanabel School in Gaza City to develop services for children with mental disabilities. Our project supports psychological, rehabilitative and integrated educational activities for children in Gaza City, helping this generation to become future leaders. Students who suffer from the loss of communication with teachers, with [...]
If you are in London why not drop by the Interpal office to take a look at our in-house exhibition ‘Palestine Is’. We asked artists to conjure up images of what Palestine is to them. Ranging from dreams of the fantastical to the brutal realities of war. There is still time to submit your artwork to [...]
This Autumn we provided specialised dental devices for refugees in Lebanon who would otherwise not be able to access this level of care. The aims of the project were to Providing specialised medical dental services to Palestinian refugees in the Nahr al-Bared camp. Improving the general dental health of the refugees. Helping to [...]
Thank you for all your generous support over the years. We hope that you will continue to come together #ForPalestine for as long as is needed to ensure safety and security for those who need it most.
Our Autumn/Winter 2016 intern, Tudja would like to share some personal news from Gaza with Interpal’s supporters and friends this afternoon. We send our love and condolences to Tuja and her family and thank her for sharing this with us. Please keep her and the family in your prayers over the coming days as they [...]
Hi there! My name is Hanan, and I am a high school student from Sweden. Originally my family are from Somalia, and my grandfather is Yemeni, so I guess you could say we travel a lot! I am 19 years old and am studying international social sciences back at school in Sweden. I will graduate [...]
Hey! My name is Tudja and I’m 18 years old, I travelled to the U.K. last week to begin an internship with Interpal, a humanitarian aid agency that focuses on the human rights of Palestinians and Palestinian refugees. I will be working at Interpal for two weeks, starting off in the Communications department to assisting [...]
In Gaza, the colour red is all too familiar. When collective punishment is indiscriminate, both the young and old are harmed. The injuries sustained routinely go beyond physical damage into lasting memories of trauma. Doctors are trained to operate on broken bones, but you cannot attach splints and casts to broken spirits. Perhaps the most [...]
I have sat here for centuries, still and strong. I watched them work the soil and sing their songs. There was nothing I could do when they came with hate and bullets My foundation, my land turned red, as the blood soaked in it I was left to watch my people flee and I could [...]
The images transmitted from Palestine look like what we have come to expect from a war-zone. Children, shell-shocked and crying from artillery shooting. Weeping women lying beside the ruins of derelict building that once was the roof over her head. Young men, stricken and angry, fists clenched in a gesture of defiance. Pictures such as [...]
On #InternationalDayoftheGirlChild we are focusing on women and girls from Palestine who are achieving despite the odds stacked against them. Rawan lives in Burj El-Barajneh refugee camp in Lebanon. She was born with a congenital deformity; she suffers from leg length discrepancy and deviation backbone. Rawan hs had several operations and needs a medical device [...]
As kids around the world prepared for the start of the 2016 school year, our team in the Lebanon Field Office were hard at work distributing schoolbags, tuition fees and supplies to families and teachers to help ease the burden at this time of year.
To mark #NationalPoetryDay we celebrated Palestinian poets at home and in the diaspora. Who is your favourite?
To mark #NationalPoetryDay we celebrated Palestinian poets throughout history, at home and in the diaspora. Who is your favourite?