1. Close of list with names of people registered by the Qatari Committee for reconstructing Gaza
2. Various of people checking their names on list
3. Various of crowd waiting outside school where money is being handed out
4. Mid of men entering room
5. Mid of people shaking hands with officials from the Qatari Committee (seated) and handing over registration documents
6. Wide of people handing over documents
7. Mid of men waiting in line
8. Wide of men presenting documents
9. Mid of Khaled Jendeia, from Shijaiyah neighbourhood of Gaza City, standing with Qatari Committee officials
10. Close of Jendeia signing document with bandaged hand
11. Close of cash being counted out
12. Jendeia shaking hands with Qatari officials after receiving money
13. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Khaled Jendeia, from the Shijaiyah neighbourhood of Gaza City:
"All our money is gone and we don't have anything. At least with this (money) we can look for a place to stay because otherwise, where are we going to go? Maybe they will ask us to leave the shelter we are in. So, this money is good for us."
14. Various of cash being counted by machine
15. Mid of Ahmed Abu Ras, office director of the Qatari committee for reconstructing Gaza
16. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Ahmed Abu Ras, office director of the Qatari committee for reconstructing Gaza:
"As you see here we are giving 1,000 (US) dollars to every family who were living in houses that were completely damaged (during the war). As a first step we have almost finished 50 per cent of the project, then we will follow up with the partially destroyed houses. In addition to this, Qatari donations raised 23 (m) million (US) dollars (for reconstructing Gaza)."
The Qatari Committee for reconstructing Gaza began its latest project on Monday, handing out much-needed cash to Palestinians who have lost their homes in the Gaza war.
The Qatari Committee, which began reconstruction projects in Gaza in 2012, identified those in need by registered people living in shelters.
Dozens waited outside a school in Gaza City to find their names on the list and receive 1,000 US dollars in cash.
Among those was Khaled Jendeia, from the Shijaiyah neighbourhood of Gaza City.
He said he and his family lost everything when his house was destroyed by the Israelis air strikes.
All our money is gone and we don't have anything. At least with this (money) we can look for a place to stay because otherwise, where are we going to go? Maybe they will ask us to leave the shelter we are in. So, this money is good for us," he said having signed for the money with a heavily bandaged hand.
Donation raised by the Committee now total 23 million (m) US dollars, according to committee director, Ahmed Abu Ras.
The money will be used to supply generators and medicines, as well as to help people rebuild damaged homes.
The committee has worked in the Gaza Strip since 2012.
Most of the projects funded by the emirate are focussed on works to improve the infrastructure of the area, including building roads, hospitals, and rehabilitation centres.