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Materiel médical
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Rapport d'activité 2015

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Le comité directeur de la Fondation exprime sa vive reconnaissance et ses remerciements aux donatrices et donateurs qui ont fait preuve d'un soutien renouvelé afin que la Fondation poursuive sa mission et son développement.
C'est avec grand plaisir que nous vous invitons à découvrir le rapport d'activité 2015:

Development project for rural women

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To continue its fight against poverty, the Humanitarian Relief Foundation (FSH) offers a project to help several

rural women in Gaza, to better feed their families and to gain independence through sustainable livestock and vegetable gardens.
Giving them laying hens, roosters, seeds, seedlings for fruit trees, olive trees and training, FSH provides rural families sustainable power source that overcomes nutritional deficiencies in children and adults and improves their health.

Rapport d'activités 2012

rapport 2012

Le comité directeur de la Fondation exprime sa vive reconnaissance et ses remerciements aux donatrices et donateurs qui ont fait preuve d'un soutien renouvelé afin que la Fondation poursuive sa mission et son développement.

Nous vous proposons de découvrir le rapport:

No cure in sight for ailing health-care system

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Gaza is suffering from an acute electricity crisis. The power supply in Gaza is interrupted for seven hours a day on average. The consequences for public services, especially the primary health-care system, are devastating. Hospitals rely on generators to cope with the da ily blackouts.

Gaza blockade continues to exact high humanitarian toll – UN rights expert

Petrol is often sold in bottles because of restrictions on imports to the Gaza Strip by Israel since 2007

22 October 2010 – The people of Gaza continue to suffer from the humanitarian consequences of the Israeli blockade of the area, despite the recent partial easing of the restrictions, a United Nations independent human rights expert said today.
Israel imposed the blockade on Gaza, where some 1.5 million Palestinians live, over three years ago for what it called security reasons after Hamas ousted the Fatah movement in the Strip in 2007.