The Gaza Strip is the most dangerous place in the world to be a child.

The Gaza Strip is the most dangerous place in the world to be a child

The children of Gaza have faced unprecedented suffering. Sunday, 7th of April marked 6 months since the escalation of violence in the Gaza Strip. Children, who make up roughly half of the population of Gaza, are the most vulnerable as each day brings the threat of dehydration, displacement, malnutrition and disease. The impact of your company's support can be substantial, ongoing, and crucial. 

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A 6-month milestone is tragic, yet it comes with news of two additional humanitarian corridors due to open temporarily in northern Gaza. UNICEF is on the ground with supply trucks loaded and ready to deliver life-saving aid as soon as possible.  

>>Here is a look at our supply chain operation in Al-Ashida by our UNICEF colleague, Erika.<<

UNICEF continues to focus on the critical needs of children for protection and humanitarian assistance – but access remains difficult and dangerous. UNICEF staff, along with our United Nations and civil society partners, remain in Gaza but must be allowed to provide life-saving aid at scale, especially where access is most constrained.