Raining at my poor area which's called Al-shati refugges camp in Gaza
Something about Al-shati refugees camp :
Beach camp lies beside the sea in the northern part of Gaza City. It is known locally as "Shati" camp. The camp was established on 747 dunums (less than one square kilometer) after the 1948 conflict for some 23,000 refugees from Lydda, Jaffa, Beersheva and the southern coastal plain of Palestine.
The refugees first lived in tents and were assisted by relief organizations such as the International Committee of the Red Cross. UNRWA later replaced the tents with mud brick shelters in the early 1950s, and with cement block shelters with asbestos roofs in the 1960s. Today, rehabilitated shelters are being constructed with concrete blocks, some with two or three storeys.
In 1971, the Israeli authorities demolished more than 2,000 shelters to widen the roads for security reasons and about 8,000 refugees had to move out of the camp into the nearby housing project in Sheikh Radwan.
Prior to the closure of the Gaza Strip in September 2000 most of the refugees worked as labourers in Israel or locally in agriculture. Some refugees work in small workshops and sewing factories or are owners of small shops in the camp's market place while others work in Gaza City itself. A sizeable number of families depend on fishing for a livelihood.