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Hani Almadhoun

Advocate for Palestinian Refugees

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Date of Birth:



Gaza, Palestine

Place of Birth:

Why Featured?

Humanitarian and Philanthropic Leadership

Brief bio

Hani Almadhoun is the Director of Philanthropy at UNRWA USA, where he leads efforts to support and advocate for Palestinian refugees. With a deep personal connection to Gaza, Almadhoun's work focuses on raising awareness and funds to aid Palestinian refugees through various crises.

Major Milestones


  • Early Life in Gaza: Grew up in Gaza, experiencing firsthand the challenges faced by Palestinian refugees.

  • Career at UNRWA USA: Appointed as the Director of Philanthropy, leading initiatives to support Palestinian refugees.

  • Advocacy and Public Speaking: Has become a vocal advocate for Palestinian rights, speaking at numerous events and panels.

  • Family Loss: Tragically lost family members due to conflict in Gaza, deepening his commitment to his work and cause.

  • Educational Outreach: Engages in extensive public outreach to educate and raise awareness about the plight of Palestinian refugees in the U.S. and abroad.

  • Fundraising Initiatives: Spearheaded numerous fundraising campaigns that have significantly supported the work of UNRWA in providing essential services to Palestinian refugees...See More

  • Public Advocacy: Uses his platform to advocate for the rights and needs of Palestinian refugees, influencing public opinion and policy...See More

  • Community Engagement: Actively participates in community events and builds partnerships to support Palestinian refugees.

  • Educational Programs: Develops programs that educate American audiences about the challenges faced by Palestinian refugees.

  • Humanitarian Relief Efforts: Coordinates humanitarian aid and relief efforts for crises affecting Palestinian communities, particularly in Gaza...See More

Date of Last Update: 
June 26, 2024

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