Daughters of Charity – Gaza

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“Trying to help the poorest of the poor in Gaza.”

We visit the areas heavily shelled, mainly the industrialized area. We could see where some factories remained must as they were after the war and others that were being rebuilt. Men and boys with donkey carts were busy clearing and hauling away debris from the ruins. Others were straightening the tangled iron rein reinforment rods, working in twos. We are told that they are paid 15 shekels or $3.30 a day to do these jobs. We wondered how families manage to eat daily with such limited income.

Read more at the Daughters of Charity blog: http://daughtersofcharity-gaza.blogspot.com



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