Palestinians are not among neediest people

Palestinians are not among the world’s neediest people.

Millions of other Muslims are among the neediest

Compiled by Israel Zwick, CN Publications, April 27, 2010

Editor’s Note: While much of the world shows so much concern for the “plight of the Palestinian refugees” living in Gaza, Judea, and Samaria, little attention is given to the millions of real refugees and IDP’s who are living in tents without food or clothing. The following information was taken from the website, Concern Worldwide, .

About Concern

Concern Worldwide is an international humanitarian organisation dedicated to reducing suffering and ending extreme poverty. Since the beginning, over 40 years ago, our focus has been on improving the lives of the poorest people.

Where we work/country overview


Angola Niger
Burundi Rwanda
Chad Sierra Leone
Democratic Republic of Congo Somalia
Ethiopia Sudan
Kenya Tanzania
Liberia Uganda
Malawi Zambia
Mozambique Zimbabwe


Afghanistan Nepal
Bangladesh Pakistan
Cambodia The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
India Timor Leste
Lao People’s Democratic Republic



Our Programmes


With 113 million children of primary school age not enrolled in school, Concern is focused on providing basic education to those who need it most.


Concern aims to respond to emergencies as they arise. We also work to reduce the frequency of disasters.


Concern recognises the importance of nutrition and a safe environment in the promotion of good health.


“Livelihoods” means a person’s ability to earn a living. Our livelihoods work is fundamental to what we do.


Over 40 million people around the world are now living with HIV. Among these, more than 95% live in developing countries

For More information, Contact Concern Wordwide

Eithne Healy
Communications Manager
Direct line +353 (0) 1 417 7794

Paul O’Mahony
Communications Officer
Direct line +353 (0) 1 417 7750

Eimear Rigby
Communications Officer
Direct line + 353 (0) 1 417 7789

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