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Al Awda Health and Community Association

Org #77200
Vetted since 2020
1985
year founded
$87,494
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

AWDA is an independent and non-profit Palestinian NGO with the purpose of achieving community health empowerment and promoting the comprehensive healthcare concept through primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare; woman and child protection. AWDA is committed to the principles of human rights principles which include equity, equality, accountability, rule of law, transparency, tolerance, respect, non-discrimination, participation, empowerment and attention to vulnerable groups.

Project Leaders
Jehan Al Aklouk
Jehan Al Aklouk
Team
Raafat A Al Majdalawi, Jehan S Al Aklouk, Ahmed I Mohanna, Merwan A Al Hwaihi, Mohammad J Mansour, Aya S Abu Afash, Sabrin N Abed
Organization Information
Al Naser St. - Gaza City
Gaza, 00972
Palestine
1700400410
Organization Information
Al Naser St. - Gaza City
Gaza, 00972
Palestine
1700400410

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Oct 2, 2022
Consequesnces of 3 days Israeli Aggression
During the reporting period, an Israeli aggression hit Gaza Strip on 5th Aug. 2022 and lasted for (3) days, during which 49 martyrs died including 19 children and 4 women and more than 360 injuries,...
Aug 4, 2022
4th wave arrives Gaza Strip
During the previous months from Feb. – July 2022, the occupied Palestinian territories (oPt), transmission of COVID-19 driven by the Omicron variant continued across the occupied Palestine...
May 29, 2022
Consequeances of the Last Israeli Aggression
After one year of the last Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, still the Gazans are suffering the consequences of the last attack. 5124 people have been benefited from the emergency services that...
 
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