Projects in Gaza
Project No. (21/2015)
Medical Home Services Project
- Viva Palestina Malaysia.
- Mercy Malaysia
Implemented and supervised by:
- Doctors Worldwide Turkey (DWWT).
In collaboration with: Assalamah Society.
Project Period: 2 years.
To provide the beneficiaries, namely war wounded people and their families and those with disabilities, with health rehabilitation services at homes which includes medical treatment, nursing, physiotherapy & psychological support.
Micro Financing for poor families in Gaza.
Viva Palestina Malaysia continued her signature micro-credit financing to more deserving beneficiaries. Most of them are women.
This is the 6th year of micro-financing in Gaza & West Bank. The sum disbursed is about USD 2K per project which enhances the family's economic status.
Many are able to begin payback after 6 months of implementation!
Thank you to all donors who have contributed towards this noble effort towards financial independency & sustainability.
Project No. 01/2016
"Keep them warm II"
Funded By: Viva Palestine Malaysia.
Implemented By: Rowad Society & Gaza Society for relief labor.
Project Description: To provide heavy blankets and children's coats for poor and homeless families, to protect them from the blistering cold winter in east Gaza (Shujayia & Al Zitoon)
Our sincere thanks to all VPM donors who contributed to this winter relief project.
Project No. (43-B/2015)
Providing partial scholarships to university students at Gaza Strip, to enable them to continue their higher education in the first semester (2015/2016).
In collaboration with University College of Applied Sciences UCAS, and supervised by Palestine Aid Society.
The event took place in the rehabilitated UCAS HQ building that was attacked in the 2014 war by the Israeli army.
This is part of VPM project No. 43/2015 - Providing Partial scholarships for poor Palestinian students in 4 universities in Gaza Strip - IUG,AZU,UCAS and QOU.
Our sincere thanks to all the VPM donors who contributed to this educational project for Palestinian students, and we hope to assist more students in the upcoming semester to complete their university studies.