Lack of Employment in Gaza Forces Ramy Alglaeeny to Rely on Help

His life becomes more challenging when one of his children suffers from tibial hemimelia, which is an abnormal condition where one leg grows longer than the other. Health facilities can’t provide maximum treatments and the medicines needed.

Ramy Alglaeeny and his family.
Ramy Alglaeeny and his family. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, GAZA – Living in the midst of the prolonged conflict makes the Gazans unable to pursue many things in life. Currently, the economy in Gaza is in a slump. Access to education is limited, even some residents can’t provide basic things such as water and food.

Ramy Alglaeeny is one of the Gazans who live in poverty. He is part of the 1.5 million poor people in Palestine with unstable financial conditions. He has a wife and two children to support. Sara (10) and Dea (8) are his support system to work harder. However, in Gaza, not many jobs are available for him.

His life becomes more challenging when one of his children suffers from tibial hemimelia, which is an abnormal condition where one leg grows longer than the other. The available health facilities can’t provide maximum treatments and the medicines needed.

Ramy needs help from the benefactors to live a decent life for his family. This Ramadan, the needs of Ramy’s family include suhoor and iftar meals.

Aksi Cepat Tanggap through the Sister Family Palestine-Indonesia program strives to help Ramy’s family with the assistance of Indonesian benefactors.  The benefactors can help Ramy’s family through the program.

Sister Family Palestine-Indonesia becomes the bridge to fulfill the daily needs of the families in need as much as possible. Besides that, hopefully, this program strengthens the relationship between both Indonesian and Palestinian families.

“Ramy is only one of many Gazan families who are in need of help. Therefore, the more generous people whose hearts are moved to donate, the more Gazan families can be helped. We continuously encourage everyone to donate and care about the condition of families in Gaza,” said Said Mukaffiy from Global Humanity Response ACT.[]