Mohammed Said's Family, One of the Thousands of Palestinian Families Who Need Help from Indonesians

Mohammed Said Abu Alqaraia, a resident of Beit Lahia, Palestine, has physical impairments. He suffered fractures during a protest in November 2018.

Muhammad Said with his family. (ACTNews)
Muhammad Said with his family. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, GAZA — Mohammed Said Abu Alqaraia (31), a resident of Beit Lahia, Gaza, suffered a fracture during a protest in November 2018. He has not fully recovered, and he cannot move freely to do daily activities.

This condition affects his livelihood as he can no longer work. There is no income to support his wife and four children.

Said Mukaffiy from ACT’s Global Humanity Response explained the conflict in the Gaza area made Mohammed Said unable to access medical services. “This certainly makes it even more difficult for Mohammed Said to get medical assistance and undergo surgery to recover from his impairment,” said Mukaffiy.

Aksi Cepat Tanggap initiated Sister Family Palestine-Indonesia (SFPI) program to support Mohammed Said’s family. This program was launched in early February and serves to be a program that builds bridges between Indonesians and Palestinian families.

“Through this program, Aksi Cepat Tanggap, on behalf of Indonesian families, endeavors to build the Palestinians' lives. Hopefully, we can continue to help families in Gaza, including Mohammed Said’s family,” explained Mukaffiy.

The generous benefactors can support the Palestinian families by providing the best assistance through Indonesia Dermawan website or contacting ACT’s call center at 6221-5040-7140.[]