Less than 5% of Gaza’s water supply is safe to drink
“‘The blockade is a blight on the lives of Gaza’s civilians. It is shocking to see so many children struggling to live a fulfilled and healthy life - unable to play in safe areas and forced to drink dirty and dangerous water that is making them sick,’ said Aimee Shalan, MAP’s Director of Advocacy and Communications.
Since the [Israeli] blockade started, the number of children under three being treated for watery diarrhoea has doubled. High levels of nitrate - found in faeces and fertiliser - is also linked to some cancers and is a massive risk to pregnant women.”

Less than 5% of Gaza’s water supply is safe to drink


“‘The blockade is a blight on the lives of Gaza’s civilians. It is shocking to see so many children struggling to live a fulfilled and healthy life - unable to play in safe areas and forced to drink dirty and dangerous water that is making them sick,’ said Aimee Shalan, MAP’s Director of Advocacy and Communications.

Since the [Israeli] blockade started, the number of children under three being treated for watery diarrhoea has doubled. High levels of nitrate - found in faeces and fertiliser - is also linked to some cancers and is a massive risk to pregnant women.”

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