From PfP, with Love


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helping children reclaim their childhoods

September 2010


 PfP builds its 3rd playground in Gaza for children with Down’s Syndrome
Playgrounds for Palestine, in cooperation with ANERA in Gaza, was able to build a playground at the Right to Live Society in eastern Gaza in July 2010.
The playground was built using recycled materials, local labor, local manufacturers, and the special local determination and steadfastness. 
The site of our newest playground is The Right to Live School, which serves Gazan boys and girls with Down’s Syndrome.
For more information and photos, go here.
Playgrounds for Palestine joins ANERA in mourning the passing of Peter Gubser, a scholar, humanitarian, leader in improving the lives of the oppressed, and friend of Palestine and Playgrounds for Palestine.

We invite supporters of PfP to read more about
Peter’s life and legacy at ANERA’s
and to contribute to an educational fund that has been
established in his memory.

Peter Gubser (1941 – Sept. 2010)



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