Over the last eight years, thousands of you have come together from all over the country with your woolly hats on to brave the winter cold and walked 5 miles for the children of Gaza. Your efforts have made an exceptional difference to the people of Gaza.
We’ll be walking in nine cities around the UK from January-February.
Bring your family and friends and join us at this exciting family event, now bigger and better than ever!
With entertainment with our lively special guests and FREE FOOD for all, it’s going to be a great family day out with your loved ones!
The walk Starts at 11AM and finishes at 3PM - Register now for your FREE fundraising kit!
Walk starts: 11:00-14:00
Closing ceremony: 14:00-14:30
Free meal, fun and entertainment for all the family!
With the lack of healthcare, Gazans are at an increased risk of disease and the number of children and pregnant women who suffer from anemia and other micronutrient deficiencies continues to rise.
With your support, Muslim Hands along with its partner United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) - experts in providing comprehensive maternal and child care for several years with health centres all over Gaza, will provide ante-natal and post-natal care for Palestinian refugee women.
This will include:
1. Clean birthing spaces for expectant mothers
2. Ultrasound equipment to help monitor pregnancies and identify birth defects
3. Healthcare for pregnancies at risk, including anaemia, infections, blood abnormalities like thalassemia traits and other medical conditions.
Maternal healthcare will be provided in Nusirat, Jabalia, Tal Sultan, and Beit Hanoun health centres in the Gaza Strip. The project is expected to benefit at least 132,000 Palestine women and their children.
So what are you waiting for? Get your friends and family involved and register now to give an expectant mother in Gaza the care she deserves.
Established in 1993, Muslim Hands is an international aid agency and NGO working in over 50 countries worldwide to help those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty.