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Over the last month, the crisis in Gaza
has captured the world's attention.
Military conflict has been taking a devastating toll
on a densely populated area.
So tens of thousands of people have nowhere to live
and nowhere else to go.
The conflict means that the people of Gaza are in great need.
Thousands of exhausted families are living in temporary shelters,
facing a very uncertain future.
The DEC estimates over a million people don't even have access
to enough clean water.
These people desperately need your help.
That's why the Disasters Emergency Committee, or DEC,
an umbrella organisation that unites 13 UK humanitarian aid agencies,
has launched an emergency appeal.
DEC members and their partners are already on the ground,
but to help the vast numbers of people affected,
they need your donation.
Families are grieving over the many dead.
Thousands of people have been injured.
So providing urgent medical attention is crucial.
Already overstretched medical services are at breaking point.
Help from the outside is required right now for the sick and injured,
and to bring relief to the displaced.
Delivering humanitarian aid in areas of conflict is difficult,
but the member agencies of the DEC work with experienced local partners
to ensure that aid reaches those who so desperately need it.
£25 can buy 150 bandages.
£50 can feed five families for a day.
£100 can provide an emergency shelter kit and blankets for one family.
This is an urgent humanitarian crisis,
so the DEC needs us to act now.
Please help if you can.
Martin Freeman presents a Gaza Crisis Appeal on behalf of DEC, the Disasters Emergency Committee.
You can give by calling 0370 60 60 900 (standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles will apply) or send a cheque payable to DEC Gaza Crisis Appeal to PO Box 999, London EC3A 3AA.