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Help to save artist Eman out of Gaza war

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Help save the life of the artist Eman from the Gaza war and secure her education abroad.


Hello, my name is HIND Mohialdin, I am from Norway I have organized this campaign on behalf of my Palestinian relative Eman from Gaza, Eman is a passionate painter and a sensitive writer. She had big dreams, but now she is displaced, suffering from homelessness, fear, illness, and deteriorating mental health in one of the camps in southern Gaza.
Please help me save Eman from the war, secure her travel, and fulfill her dream of studying architecture in Turkey. Please donate whatever you can and share the campaign with friends and family on your social media platforms.
Let's work together to save Eman as quickly as possible, get her to safety, and ensure she arrives in time for the new academic year.


Eman's message to you:



My name is Eman Hammad, I am 19 years old, a budding artist from Palestine, born and raised in Gaza City. The specter of death haunts me now, and I am consumed by fear and panic that another end may end my dream before it begins.
I graduated from high school with a GPA of 97.5 and ranked twelfth in my country, But the war has disrupted my path to continue my university studies, I have been searching in fear since the beginning of the war for an opportunity to travel, my dream is to study architecture at the (Sinan Fine Arts University in Turkey), but financial constraints prevent me from traveling.
I lost everything I owned in the war. I have been displaced and suffered great psychological trauma, The scenes of killing I witnessed, and the sounds of shelling prevent me from sleeping, I don't want to die. I want to live, paint, and see other scenes besides massacres and killings that bring joy to my colors and make me feel safe. I feel tortured, as if I am in a burning furnace and cannot find a way out.
Please help me get out of Gaza to safety and fulfill my dream.

Eman's paintings: "Her memoirs during the war."





Eman's story with the war "Explanation of her condition":
I used to live in the Jabalia refugee camp in northern Gaza before the October 7th war in a warm house with my small family. My dream and ambition were to study architecture and continue my journey in the world of art, but this war destroyed everything.
I am now displaced, and my dreams are buried under the rubble.
In the first week of the war, the bombing approached our house a lot, and the walls shook, the windows broke, and the smoke filled the place, we miraculously escaped the bombing, running to the street where I saw my worst memories. Our neighbors were a pile of bodies in the middle of the street, and everyone was screaming in panic.

Pictures of our properties that were destroyed in the war:





I fled to the south to the Deir al-Balah camp. My family scattered; some stayed in the north suffering from famine, and some in the south were scattered. Months of continuous escape from massacres from one place to another. Tears filled my days. There was no safe place, and the night became like a scary beast.
When I went south, I spent difficult days sleeping in corridors of a shelter school on the seats without any covers. I suffered fear, hunger, and cold. There was shelling near the school. I fled to a house in a neighboring area where I spent two months, but clashes occurred, and the tank was meters away from us, bullets around me piercing the windows and furniture. The house was burned the next day when the soldiers arrived. I spent days on the street not knowing where to go.
Now I am in a tent. There was shelling near our tent, and I was hit in the head. I spent two weeks in bed, sick, with nothing but my summer clothes that I escaped with and my colors.
Painting was the only thing that accompanied me, and I complained to it about my pain.


Pictures of the camp where Eman now lives:






How your donations will save Eman's life:
We will be able to cover the costs of getting her out of Gaza and transporting her to Egypt, then securing her travel to Turkey and her living expenses, accommodation, and tuition fees.
1- The Egyptian authorities charge between $5,000 to $9,500 per person for Rafah crossing permits and coordination from Gaza to Egypt. We will pay $9,500 to expedite coordination to ensure Eman's rescue as soon as possible and her enrollment in the new academic year on time.
2- $25,000 will be spent as follows:
- $7,500 will be spent on annual tuition fees for the chosen architecture major, ranging from $1,350 to $1,500 annually, for a duration of 5 years.
- $17,500 will be spent to cover living expenses, food, clothing, and travel costs for Eman during her five years of study in addition to travel costs from Egypt to Turkey.
- $1,725 will be used to cover website fees.

Thank you for taking the time to read this story and thank you for every contribution you make and every share you make to spread the story and save Eman.
I will keep you informed of all updates.
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Donations (4)

  • Anonymous
    • kr25 
    • 1 mo
  • Anonymous
    • kr500 
    • 2 mos
  • Anonymous
    • kr400 
    • 2 mos
  • Nora Abukhater
    • kr100 
    • 2 mos
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