Small businesses set up along the coast are keeping some families afloat. Read more about Refuge for some, Gaza’s corniche is a lifeline for others
Life under military occupation cuts short careers and dreams. Read more about Palestinian athletes face Israeli hurdles
Watar Band made their mark with single released during Israel’s assault in summer 2014. Read more about Gaza band gains global audience despite siege
Nisreen Hassan has been in detention since she was arrested at the checkpoint between Gaza and Israel last year. Read more about Why has Israel jailed ailing Gaza mother?
Art should not be a luxury even in the hardest conditions. Read more about Gaza musicians and the struggle to be heard
Overstretched and underfunded, Al-Amal Institute is filled to bursting. Read more about Gaza’s only orphanage struggles against odds
Hiba al-Shurafa hopes her example will change social attitudes. Read more about Gaza teacher challenges stigma of Down syndrome
In besieged Gaza, volunteer efforts help keep families’ heads above water. Read more about Volunteer initiative boosts Gaza women's self-reliance
Shujaiya residents tripped over their neighbors’ bodies while fleeing Israel’s bombs in July 2014. Read more about A Gaza neighborhood ripped apart
Tawfiq Abu Reyaleh, a father of four, was shot dead by Israeli navy. Read more about In photos: Gaza fishermen "in God's hands"