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Global Communities Provides Additional Emergency Assistance to Gaza As the humanitarian situation in Gaza worsens and living conditions rapidly deteriorate, Global Communities (formerly CHF International) continues to provide emergency humanitarian support to internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Gaza. This assistance began in the early days of

  GLOBAL COMMUNITIES/CHF International Mourns the Loss of its Staff member in Gaza: “On behalf of the Global Communities/CHF International team in Palestine and the rest of the world, I extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends of our colleague and brother Shadi Farwana. Shadi was killed in Khan Younis due to an attack

  For 20 years, Global Communities (CHF) has delivered humanitarian aid to Palestinians in Gaza. In response to the current crisis and the escalating emergency humanitarian situation, we are increasing our assistance to provide emergency humanitarian support. Since July 7, 2014, 500 Palestinians have been killed, over 3,000 injured, and nearly

2014 Gaza Crisis

On a quarterly basis, Global Communities (CHF International) distributes food assistance to 14,222 vulnerable families across the Gaza Strip through its Food Security Program (FSP). This includes flour, lentils, dried chick peas, vegetable oil, and salt. The FSP is funded by the World Food Programme (WFP) and the United States Agency for International

Global Communities, in partnership with the UN-World Food Programme, has been distributing vital in-kind food assistance to thousands of Palestinian families since 2005. Today, Global Communities continues this outstanding effort by providing seasonal food assistance to families in need in West Bank and Gaza. Late last month, Global Communities

Global Communities since 2005 has served as a leading provider of humanitarian assistance programs in the West Bank & Gaza, providing critical services for thousands of unemployed, vulnerable families. Today we continue to implement the largest Food-for-Work (FFW) and Food-for-Training (FFT) program in the country, funded by the UN World