Started in 2014, the Ha’Ramba skatepark is where hundreds of boys and girls can meet, practice their tricks and enjoy a new skate of mind.
Peace, love and skateboarding brings everyone in the park closer, not only to each other, but to everyone else around the world with the same passions.
As soon as COVID restrictions allow it, the ANTI-DO-TO mission will start: a team of GAZA FREESTYLE will return to Gaza to work together with the local community, with volunteers and professionals, to complete the skatepark with new ramps, to ensure it can accommodate even more young people.
To help the local population who have been severely hit by COVID-19, the team will also take medical supplies, including masks, gowns, alcohol, visors, hand sanitizers, etc.
“Haram” in Arabic means forbidden. “Haram” is a woman with loose hair, “Haram” is dancing in the street, “Haram” is a kiss in public: Ha'ramba means "here we are free", here at the ramp.