Hundreds of Palestinian refugees at Lebanon's Burj Al-Brajneh Camp received food packages from generous donors. The refugees are Palestinians who were displaced from their homeland due to the Nakba.
The benefactor's school bus is still transporting Gaza students safely from their homes to their schools. In addition to students from low-income families, students with hearing impairments benefit from this shuttle service.
Somalia has been suffering from a severe drought for nearly two years. Many times, the rainy season has failed. Hundreds of Somalis now rely on the Waqf wells for drinking water.
Two Waqf Wells were built for internally displaced Rohingya in Sittwe, Rakhine, Myanmar. This is an effort to alleviate the clean water crisis that has shackled the refugees for years.
It has been 74 years since the Nakba occurred. The Zionists killed approximately 15,000 Palestinians and expelled another 750,000 from their homeland. For Palestinians, the Nakba is not just a historical event but a never-ending process caused by the Zionists' violence and deprivation of rights that continues to this day.