Yasser Abu Wazna

Yasser Abu Wazna

Gaza, Palestine

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Yasser Abu Wazna

Yasser Abu Wazna is a multi-media journalist based in Gaza. 
Based in Gaza, he has worked in and around media for more than a decade, bring years of experience working with the United Nations to the table.
In any of the three production stages, he can provide multimedia materials (rough cut, rushes, or raw videos;  photographs; audio tracks; and articles) as stock footage, news packages, news features or short/long documentaries in English or Arabic. 
He has contributed solely and as a team player in a variety of productions for international humanitarian organizations and world media outlets.


Arabic English

Life can prove to be very challenging for a deaf parent - This 14-year-old from Palestine wants to change all that


In blockaded Gaza, necessity is not only the mother of invention, but also the mother of resurrecting old fashioned ways to survive. Palestinians are no longer able to bake bread at home by electrical baking ovens because of the escalating electricity dilemma in the Strip. Daily power supply has reached 4 hours per 24 hours. Accordingly, Palestinians turn to bake bread by primitive clay ovens.


Around the world, urban agriculture is playing a role in feeding a growing global population from mid-America to the Middle East. The video above introduces Said Salim Abu Naser, a proponent of sustainable agriculture living and working in Gaza City, Palestine, along the Mediterranean Coast. Abu Nasser has created a 200-square-meter (2,000-square-foot) micro-farm using a hydroponic system and homemade organic pest-control solutions consisting of garlic, pepper, soap and more.


Gaza youngsters turn war zone into Parkour heaven A group of teenagers has transformed a war zone into a parkour area. These young Palestinians swing, jump and roll through the ruins of the estimated 15,000 houses demolished during the Israeli offensive last summer.




    Gaza Sports December 1 @ 12:00am

    Summary Breaking cultural and social taboos, Mais, a 25 year old from Gaza, is one of the few Palestinian women who go horse riding in the Strip. She learned to ride horses when she was child, and is enthusiastic to compete in 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. She does riding exercise with her coach... Read more

  • Gaza in 2020 – A liveable place?

    Gaza Science & Environment December 1 @ 12:00am

    Summary More than 90 percent of the Gaza Strip’s water is undrinkable. The rest is quickly running out. A combination of factors is rapidly depriving the population of this most basic of needs. Water distillation privet planets try to secure the Gazans need to keep them alive. UN warned that damage... Read more

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