Listening to the Citizens of Gaza: Weekly Updates on the Humanitarian Information Response

Gaza weekly report - issue 15
Gaza HIS Weekly Report - November 23-December 2, 2014 

Through radio broadcasts and SMS/mobile communication, Internews’ Humanitarian Information Service (HIS) in Gaza provides a mechanism for Gazans to communicate with aid agencies and get the information they need to improve their daily lives.

Internews produces weekly reports about the type of information being broadcast, the main concerns that Gazans are expressing via feedback and results of surveys that have been conducted.

Weekly Report for November 23-December 2, 2014

Since August 2014, Internews has produced this newsletter to keep you informed about its activities connecting with the people of Gaza through the Jossor ma’Gaza radio program and channelling of feedback to the government and humanitarian community. Although the radio program will continue to be aired twice a week, this is the last issue of the Gaza Humanitarian Information Service Weekly Report.

Download the full report for November 23-December 2

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