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My thoughts are with women and mothers in Gaza

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Mon, May 20, 2024 08:10 PM

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What can we do for mothers and families in Gaza? {NAME}– As many of us recently celebrated and

What can we do for mothers and families in Gaza? [International Rescue Committee logo.]( {NAME}– As many of us recently celebrated and honored the mothers and caregivers in our lives, I couldn't help but think about mothers in Gaza. Women who are going to extraordinary lengths necessary to keep their children safe from harm, and fed as best they can, as any mother or caregiver would do. But bombs continue to fall. Children are being starved to death. Families are scrambling for survival. In Gaza, 37 mothers have been killed, every day, since the beginning of the war in October. Right now, things may feel hopeless, [but your immediate support of our work at the IRC can truly help mothers, children and families survive >>]( We, and our partners in Gaza, are providing critical medical care through our Emergency Medical Teams; psychosocial support for caregivers and their children, helping them cope with the effects of war and provide protection and care for young children; and even food assistance and early childhood development programs. [Give now to provide medical care, for example, and other essential aid to families who need it the most.]( [MAKE YOUR DONATION NOW »]( As the conflict in Gaza continues, more and more families are being displaced multiple times and put at risk. We must dramatically increase the amount of humanitarian aid reaching Gaza—including food, health care assistance, and trained medical personnel—or the crisis will only worsen. Already, the scale of suffering is unimaginable. [MAKE YOUR DONATION NOW »]( Please, take a moment to extend your compassion to mothers and caregivers who are doing everything they can to hold their families together and protect their children under impossible circumstances. Your support will help deliver emergency supplies to families experiencing this appalling tragedy and other crises around the world. Thank you for supporting mothers, children and families affected by war. Andrea @ IRC The International Rescue Committee | [Rescue.org]( 122 East 42nd Street, New York, New York 10168-1289 USA To ensure future delivery of IRC e-mails, please add our reply address updates@rescue.org to your Address Book. [Click here]( for U.S. federal and state compliance notices [Manage my preferences]( or [unsubscribe](

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