The undersupply of schools in Palestine can be attributed to a combination of factors, many of which are influenced by the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the wider political, economic, and social context of the region. The ongoing conflict has contributed to a situation where access to basic educational materials can be limited for a large part of the population. This need is particularly pronounced in areas with higher levels of poverty, conflict-related disruption, and limited resources.
The conflict and related economic challenges have led to high levels of poverty and unemployment in some Palestinian communities. Families struggling to make ends meet may find it difficult to buy school supplies for their children.
Furthermore, Palestinian families, especially those living in refugee camps or conflict-affected areas, often experience displacement. This can disrupt their access to education and result in the loss of school supplies.
The effort and contribution of the public through this campaign is to help underprivileged students in Palestine by distributing school supplies to 50 students in need. These supplies can include items such as notebooks, pens, pencils, textbooks, backpacks, and other necessities. Providing school equipment not only supports students’ educational achievement but also helps create a sense of normalcy and stability in their lives, even in the midst of conflict and hardship.