Israeli demolitions make 25 homeless in Jordan Valley
In the Bedouin community of Abu Nuwar, Israeli forces have reportedly destroyed five residential structures, making 25 people homeless in the middle of winter, 17 of whom are children.Read more
Petition: Save the Badu Ka’abne kindergarten
Israeli Authorities have served a stop work order against the Badu Ka’abne kindergarten in Area C of the occupied West Bank, putting it at risk of future demolition. We need your help to ensure that this order is revoked and the kindergarten is kept open.Read more
A day in the life of a Palestinian ambulance crew
MAP joins a Palestine Red Crescent Society ambulance crew to witness the daily challenges they face transferring patients for vital treatment through the occupied Palestinian territory.Read more
Help the refugee children of Palestine
As winter bites, the refugee children of Palestine need your help today. Bring hope and medical aid to Palestine's children.Read more
Crisis response: Providing emergency aid to hospitals
In response to the crisis which has left 52 Palestinians and 8 Israelis dead since the start of October, MAP has pledged to provide $100,000 in emergency medical supplies to hospitals in the West Bank and East Jerusalem to help them cope with the many hundreds of Palestinian injuries.Read more
Remembering Gaza's Children
Over the coming year, we will be remembering the 556 children killed in last year's 51-day military assault on Gaza, by publishing the stories and photographs of each of each child.
Click to watch our new short film, 'Imagine it here'Read more
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Gaza One Year On: MAP's response
One year on, our team in Gaza team are delivering vital medical supplies to hospitals, while our volunteer doctors travel to Gaza every month, to support their Palestinian colleagues in providing specialist surgery.
Fundraise for us
Whether it’s running a marathon, attending a lecture or concert or even cycling across the West Bank, there are loads of ways to get involved and start fundraising for MAP.