UN agency still housing and feeding thousands in Gaza
One of the major international events of 2014 was the conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza. More than 2,100 Palestinians were killed, the majority of them civilians, and more than 100,000 homes destroyed. Months later, little progress has been made in rebuilding efforts, and the United Nations agency feeding and sheltering refugees says the situation is still dire. UNRWA's Gaza Field Office's Deputy Director of Operations, Scott Anderson, looks back at the 2014 conflict and ahead to what is needed for the enclave in 2015.