How Palestinian Entrepreneurs Launched Businesses in Gaza Despite Years of Conflict And Blockade

More than 2 million people live in Gaza, a narrow strip that is largely sealed off from the world by an Israeli-led blockade.
But out of adversity often comes incredible creativity and innovation. We’ve met with entrepreneurs who make do with the very little they already have or find new solutions to keep their businesses going.

00:00 Introduction
01:23 Gaza’s oldest pottery workshop
09:09 Olive harvest
16:27 Fish farming
20:27 Turning trash into cash
32:00 Gaza’s last rug handweaver
35:35 Destruction of the al-Jalaa building
39:27 Journalist loses his home

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