Salam Charity UK Appeals | Emergency Gaza
Emergency Gaza


We will be responding to the current emergency in Gaza, where hospitals are struggling to cope with an influx of serious injuries. The already dire humanitarian situation in Gaza is worsening, as already struggling civilians in one of the most densely populated places on Earth, once more face the horror of major airstrikes. Power plants have run out of fuel which means Gaza is without electricity making it even more difficult to respond to those who need us the most.

After a needs assessment, we realised that the greatest need in Gaza is to support the hospitals with supplies. The Palestinian Minister of Health said that hospitals in Gaza are “working beyond their capacity to treat the wounded as a result of the occupation’s aggression, and as a result the hospitals in the Strip are out of service”.We will work closely alongside our partners on the ground to supply to prepare our humanitarian response and support as many hospitals as possible.


More support will be needed as casualties are expected to continue to rise in the coming days. Your support will help ensure that Palestinian health workers have the medical resources they need.

We will be distributing lots of different medical supplies and survival items which include:

  • Mattress and blankets
  • Ready to eat kits
  • Hot meals
  • Winter Pjs for children
  • Bread bags
  • Carpets
  • Food packs
  • Milk and Nappies
  • Wheelchairs
  • Mother and baby kits
  • Sanitary pads
  • Medicine
  • Medical Supplies
  • PPE
  • Surgical Equipment

Please consider donating to our emergency response today so we can respond rapidly to the growing health crisis


Stats on the situation of Gaza according to Palestine’s Ministry of Health and WHO

  • At least 11,240 Palestinians have been killed (Source: The Guardian)
  • 4,630 children and 3,130 women have been killed. (Source: The Guardian)
  • 29,000 people are injured. (Source : Zawya)
  • 678 elderly people have been killed. (Source : Morocco World News)
  • 202 health workers are dead. (Source: Baha Breaking News )
  • 53 ambulances destroyed – no update (Source: Anadolu Agency News )
  • 37 Palestinian reporters have been killed. (Source: CPJ )
  • 25 out of 35 hospitals and 53 out of 72 primary health clinics in Gaza are out of service at the moment. (Source: Baha Breaking News )
  • About 3,250 people are also reported to be trapped under the rubble or missing. (Source: QNA )
  • 71 mosques have been completely destroyed (Source: Zawya )
  • 3 churches have been destroyed. (Source: Zawya )
  • 41,120 housing unites have been completed destroyed– more than 50% of house units across Gaza. (Source: Zawya )
  • 253 school have been destroyed or damaged. (Source: Zawya )
  • 1.7 million have been displaced. (Source: CSIS)

General Gaza Stats

  • 2.2 million people require humanitarian assistance
  • 16 year brutal siege
  • One of the most densely populated places on earth
  • Nearly 75% of its residents are refugees
  • In 2012, the UN predicted it would become unlivable by 2020

Previous Work


Salam Charity is on the ground with our partners in Lebanon, to provide food, healthcare and shelters to those who have been affected by the recent explosion. We will be offering medical attention by supplying qualified medical staff who will administer first aid and primary healthcare.


The worst monsoon rains, in almost a century have hit the country severely, causing thousands to become homeless, leaving hundreds dead and facilities in a dire state. Our team on the ground was able to reach those parts of Karachi heavily affected by the flood, providing thousands with some respite.


Famine is devastating the country leaving millions without food and causing serious damage to the most vulnerable. Global Hunger Index indicates an alarming rate of food insecurity. Yemen is facing a catastrophe beyond anything that we can imagine. We have several projects in Yemen covering food, shelter, water and education.

Case Study

Thanks to your kind donations and ongoing support we were able to distribute food parcels to the destitute people of Yemen.

The area of Taiz has seen continuous fighting and it is the innocent civilians that suffer the most. We were able to get into the area with our longstanding partners and distribute lifesaving food parcels to 1,000 people.

We helped 200 families living in the worst conditions, many of which were suffering from acute malnutrition. They were supplied with culturally sensitive food packs that fed them for over a month. Each pack contained rice, pasta, oil, sugar, flour and other vital essentials.

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