To explore how to address the barriers to healthcare in occupied Palestine, Medical Aid for Palestinians held a round-table discussion with leading commentators in association with the New Statesman.
Each Friday afternoon, the West Bank village of Al Nabi Saleh holds weekly, non-violent demonstrations to protest against the appropriation of their land. Each week the Israeli army responds with violence, and each week there are injuries. Villagers say the price is high, but inaction is not an option.
A delegation of British MPs spends the morning with MAP's mobile clinic on a trip to a Bedouin encampment in the Jordan valley. During their visit they see first hand some of the key obstacles to health for Palestinians living in isolated areas and under occupation.
The Gaza Kitchen cookbook is a beautiful and inspiring cookbook – not just a collection of recipes, but a repository of the riches of a Gazan kitchen. It's authors speak to MAP.
MAP is hosting a 'Question Time' event on Palestine in Islington, London, on 25 June. An expert panel will answer your questions about the obstacles Palestinians face living under occupation and as refugees, including the barriers to health.
Life in Lebanon's overcrowded refugee camps is extremely difficult, particularly for pregnant women and newborns.
Our midwives and 'community mothers' are helping mothers to deal with challenging health issues.
The blockade, poverty and malnutrition. MAP's CEO talks about malnourished children in Gaza.
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