Palestinian woman Naela Abu Jibba, who started a women-only taxi service in Gaza Strip, drives her vehicle at Beach refugee camp in Gaza City November 17, 2020. aela Abu Jibba, a mother of five who lives and works in the Gaza Strip, taking the road less travelled has become a way of life. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinian woman Naela Abu Jibba, who started a women-only taxi service in Gaza Strip, is reflected in a mirror as she drives her vehicle at Beach refugee camp in Gaza City November 17, 2020. The first woman taxi driver in the Islamist-run Palestinian territory, the 39-year-old has become a target of sexist jibes about her abilities behind the wheel - but they pale into irrelevance beside the gratitude of her all-female clientele. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinian woman Naela Abu Jibba, who started a women-only taxi service in Gaza Strip, is reflected in a mirror as she drives her vehicle at Beach refugee camp in Gaza City November 17, 2020. Abu Jibba, who has a degree in community service, started her taxi business after failing to find work. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinian woman Naela Abu Jibba, who started a women-only taxi service in Gaza Strip, sits behind the wheel of her vehicle at Beach refugee camp in Gaza City November 17, 2020. Abu Jibba hopes to expand her business once the pandemic, which has caused Gaza residents to cut down on their travel and social activities, ends. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinian woman Naela Abu Jibba, who started a women-only taxi service in Gaza Strip, walks towards her vehicle at Beach refugee camp in Gaza City November 17, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Palestinian woman Naela Abu Jibba, who started a women-only taxi service in Gaza Strip, is reflected in a mirror as she drives her vehicle at Beach refugee camp in Gaza City November 17, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem