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Supporting The People of Gaza

MAP's vision is a future where all Palestinians can access an effective, sustainable and locally-led system of healthcare, and the full realisation of their rights to health and dignity.

Through programmes in the West Bank, Gaza, East Jerusalem, and Lebanon, they work with trusted and experienced local partners to achieve this vision. Their programmes, designed and delivered by Palestinians, provide access to essential health services and build local knowledge and skills to address Palestinian health problems. In times of humanitarian emergency, MAP are ready to respond rapidly with aid and assistance.

MAP is also committed to bearing witness to the injustices caused by occupation, displacement and conflict. They speak out in the UK and internationally, and ensure Palestinian voices are heard at the highest levels, to press for the political and social barriers to Palestinian health and dignity to be addressed.

Women and Children's Health

MAP works to strengthen health systems and improve access to quality care for women and children

Emergencies and Complex Hospital Care

MAP is among the first to respond to emergencies, and works to strengthen the Palestinian health system to prepare for and deal with future emergencies.

Mental Health and Psychosocial Support

Psychosocial support is an integral part of MAPs work to help communities heal psychological wounds and rebuild social structures.


MAP is committed to supporting a social and human rights-based approach to disability which focuses on the empowerment of children and adults with disabilities.

Advocacy and Campaigns

MAP advocates and campaigns in the UK and internationally in support of Palestinians rights to health and dignity. They promote the voices of Palestinians and work to address the political and social barriers to accessing quality healthcare.

Nowhere is safe in Gaza, and children are on the frontline. As Israel’s bombardment and devastation continues, hunger and disease are putting even more lives at risk. But you can help provide the vital medical supplies, emergency food and humanitarian aid needed to save lives.

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