Najlaa Eskafi

Mohammed Zurob marks an exercise for his first-grade students during an English lesson inside a classroom at Taha Huseen Elementary School in Rafah, Gaza, Sept 28, 2015. (photo by REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa)

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Gaza's child laborers find their way back to school

Sunday, Jul. 2, 2017 | Najlaa Eskafi, Contributor

The Future Hope Center in Gaza helps children return to school and graduate.

Gaza women make inroads into driving

Sunday, May. 21, 2017 | Najlaa Eskafi, Contributor

A very small number of women in the Gaza Strip have taken jobs as drivers, privately transporting other women and children to provide for themselves and families.

Gaza's all-female cafe, a breath of fresh air

Sunday, Mar. 12, 2017 | Najlaa Eskafi, Contributor

Three women from Gaza opened an all-female cafe in the center of Gaza City, where women can gather, relax and laugh without the judgmental looks they get in mixed restaurants.

Gaza barber plays with fire

Friday, Feb. 17, 2017 | Najlaa Eskafi, Contributor

A Palestinian barber in Gaza is giving his clients a unique haircut by straightening and styling their hair with fire.

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Najlaa Eskafi is a Palestinian journalist who graduated from the department of journalism and media at the Islamic University of Gaza in 2015. She freelances for several local and international news agencies, focusing on humanitarian and social topics.

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