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The Gazan Y Generation The Gazan Y Generation
A video-report by the Social-TV about young people in Gaza, created with the help of Gisha. (Click to Watch)

A voice from Gaza border A voice from Gaza border
Mohammed Azaiza, Gisha’s field coordinator, visited an emergency medical camp next to the Gaza border during last week’s events to describe today’s painful reality for Gaza’s residents. (Click to Watch)

“Young people in Gaza are saying to the world: Look at us, see us” “Young people in Gaza are saying to the world: Look at us, see us”
We invite you to watch a short video produced by United States Senator Bernie Sanders, in which Gisha executive director, Tania Hary, is interviewed. (Click to Watch)

Gaza’s Candy Kingdom Gaza’s Candy Kingdom
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Gaza’s sewage is overflowing Gaza’s sewage is overflowing
In the absence of the electricity needed to operate sewage treatment facilities in the Gaza Strip, the Mediterranean Sea is being increasingly polluted by untreated waste. Almost three quarters of Gaza’s beaches have been found to be contaminated and declared unfit for swimming. Filmed by: Mohammed Azaiza Editing: Einav Zilber (Click to Watch)

UN Forum: Ending the occupation UN Forum: Ending the occupation
Gisha Executive Director Tania Hary and Field Coordinator Mohammed Azaiza participated in a special United Nations Forum, marking 50 years of occupation: “Ending the Occupation: Creating the Space for Human Rights, Development and a Just Peace,” held at the UN Headquarters in New York. (Click to Watch)

Hand on the Switch Hand on the Switch
The family in this video, like all other families in Gaza, spends hours every day in the dark. (Click to Watch)

Gaza farmers assess the damage after another round of herbicide spraying Gaza farmers assess the damage after another round of herbicide spraying
A visit to farmers whose crops were damaged in the latest round of spraying by Israeli planes, near the fence separating Gaza and Israel. (Click to Watch)

Gaza children go back to school Gaza children go back to school
Huda Shamallakh from Gaza is one of half a million students who went back to school in the Strip this week. Her school operates in two shifts due to lack of classrooms. More than 300 schools were damaged during Operation Protective Edge. (Click to Watch)

The punch line of a cruel joke The punch line of a cruel joke
Carpentries in Gaza are allowed to sell furniture in Israel and the West Bank, but are forbidden from buying the wood to build it with (Click to Watch)

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