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Who were the World Central Kitchen workers killed in Israel’s strike in Gaza?

Written by on April 3, 2024

The World Central Kitchen (WCK), a non-profit organization founded by chef José Andrés in 2010, mourns the loss of seven of its aid workers killed in an Israeli military strike in Gaza. The strike has prompted a pause in WCK’s operations in Gaza.
James Kirby, a British military veteran with service in Afghanistan and Bosnia, remembered for his dedication to humanitarian service.
Saifeddin Issam Ayad Abutaha, was a Palestinian volunteer driver with WCK, remembered for his hopeful nature.
Jacob Flickinger, a US-Canadian dual citizen, was committed to aiding those in need, embodying the spirit of WCK’s mission to deliver food aid to warzones and disaster-hit regions.
Laizawmi “Zomi” Frankcom was an Australian senior manager for WCK’s operations in Asia, known for her selflessness and compassion in providing aid during crises.
Damian Soból, a volunteer from Przemysl, Poland, was remembered in his community as a fantastic individual dedicated to humanitarian efforts.
John Chapman, believed to be a former marine, was celebrated by his family as a hero who lost his life striving to help others in need.
James “Jim” Henderson, a 33-year-old member of the WCK security team, was one of the three Brits committed to safety and aid work.

Source: CNN

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