With the blockade and resulting crisis in Gaza continuing with no end in sight, the American Friends Service Committee together with the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee and Architecture for Humanity recently released a report urging a major home-repair initiative that will enable Palestinians in Gaza to reclaim their right to live in dignity.
Workers repairing a home damaged during the Israeli attack on Gaza "Operation Cast Lead", which occured during December 2008 and January 2009. Rebuilding work was completed through support provided by the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Architecture for Humanity and AFSC.
“At first I was afraid to go out and meet with others, but afterwards I started to learn more about the Popular Achievement Program. Through the program I was introduced to new people. [The program] provides youth with an opportunity to get involved with society and become community organizers and leaders.”
Ameera Al-Zobaydi (16 years old) Popular Achievement Participant
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