Press releases relating to Project Rozana, its mission and its work.


Happening now in Palestine and Israel. A glimmer of hope that originated in Australia.

Media Release by Project Rozana – 18 May 2021


Project Rozana believes that the one thing that binds all people as a single humanity is the love of our children.

Through our ground-breaking Wheels of Hope, Project Rozana (founded in Melbourne, Australia in 2013) has transported more than 50,000 seriously sick Palestinian children from the West Bank and Gaza to hospitals in Israel for treatment.

What makes us different is that for eight years, we have tended to very ill children and facilitated free medical assistance with the full permission, support and knowledge of the Government of Israel and the Palestinian Authority. We are trusted by both sides as neutral amidst a quagmire of confusion and suspicion.

Our volunteer drivers, drawn from all sides of the borders and checkpoints that divide Israel and Palestine, and are united in a belief that compassion is blind to ethnicity or religion. They unite in a desire to assist children and their families. Project Rozana supplies a way of facilitating a medically based peace initiative that has been recognized as innovative and effective.

Project Rozana’s Wheels of Hope works because it is simple and doesn’t take sides. We operate on a ‘shoe string’ budget. Our staff are diverse, drawn from every nationality, race and faith, but are singular in their determination to do good. And we have proved our methodology works.

We have the support of the WHO, the Government of Australia, the European Union, and many foreign governments and NGOs because we have distilled our ethos into a focal point of empathy, practicality and compassion. Our medical staff and advisors are respected professionals from Australia and around the globe, and they also proffer mentoring and training to other medicos on the ground in what is tragically, again, a conflict zone.

To enable our work to continue, to help us pick up the pieces and restore broken children and families after this recent conflagration we need your help.

Please consider Project Rozana and our Wheels of Hope when next you see the heart-wrenching and distressing media images and grapple with how you can help in practical ways to stop this cycle of destruction.

Donate to:

Thank you.

Jacqueline Pascarl, Board Director, Project Rozana Australia.

International Aid Worker and Recipient of Australia’s Humanitarian Overseas Service Medal, is available for interviews.

Tel: 0413 107 600

(Ms Pascarl has been in constant contact with Project Rozana staff on the frontlines in Israel and Palestine who have shared their experiences with her in the hope Australia will listen.)

Additional enquiries from Media can be directed to: Ms Rosemary Carrick, Project Rozana. Tel: 0434 354 396

Please refer all additional calls to Ms Ruth Rosen, Project Rozana Australia, who will also facilitate assistance. Tel: 0400 040 560


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