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The extensive destruction in Gaza may be hard to comprehend for those outside of the Strip, but the reality faced by Palestinians on the ground is one where funding pledged for reconstruction has not come through. Less than 1% of the construction materials needed to rebuild from last year’s assault has gotten through, and only homes with minor damages have been repaired. That leaves hundreds of thousands of totally destroyed homes, and Palestine refugees grappling with this crisis on their own. Read more about the displacement of Palestine refugees in Gaza: http://gaza.ochaopt.org/2015/07/internal-displacement-in-the-context-of-the-2014-hostilities/

The extensive destruction in Gaza may be hard to comprehend for those outside of the Strip, but the reality faced by Palestinians on the ground is one where funding pledged for reconstruction has not come through. Less than 1% of the construction materials needed to rebuild from last year’s assault has gotten through, and only homes with minor damages have been repaired. That leaves hundreds of thousands of totally destroyed homes, and Palestine refugees grappling with this crisis on their own.

Read more about the displacement of Palestine refugees in Gaza: http://gaza.ochaopt.org/2015/07/internal-displacement-in-the-context-of-the-2014-hostilities/