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Helping in Gaza

Morning all! The horrors of Gaza are all over our televisions, newspapers and social media channels and there can’t be any among us that aren’t profoundly moved by what we’re seeing. The NGO that Jack has thoughtfully nominated are working closely with Oxfam at the moment to provide health care to everyone that needs it. 

This is their vision:

PMRS’s vision for the future of Palestine is that of a democratic and pluralistic society in which all Palestinians irrespective of gender and/or background have unrestricted equitable access to quality health care and enjoy social justice and the full benefit of their human, civic, economic and social rights.

Here’s Jack’s nomination: 

Hi guys, 

This is my first nomination for quite some time, thank you for all the great work you have done, as you are aware the situation in Gaza is horrific for people trying to stay safe and keep their families safe, there seems to be now nowhere for families to go. 

Therefore I nominate this charity to 500 reasons as they are providing aid to those that remain. 

PMRS is a leading Palestinian rights-based health PNGO that aims to improve the health, wellbeing and resilience of all Palestinians without discrimination by providing quality primary health care services, mobilizing the community at all levels and advocating for accessible quality health care for all

Much love and respect


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