Humanitarian AidWHO Calls for Access to Health and Humanitarian Aid in Israel-Palestine Conflict

WHO Calls for Access to Health and Humanitarian Aid in Israel-Palestine Conflict

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The World Health Organization (WHO) calls for an immediate halt to hostilities causing severe suffering in Israel-Palestine conflict. WHO has offered support to health authorities in both regions. WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus secured approval from Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi to facilitate the delivery of health and humanitarian supplies to Gaza through the Rafah crossing. Protecting these humanitarian corridors is crucial.
 
Hospitals in Gaza are running on backup generators with fuel supplies depleting rapidly. The life-saving health response is now dependent on getting new supplies and fuel to healthcare facilities as fast as possible. WHO is working urgently to procure local medical supplies and preparing shipments from its Global Medical Logistics Hub in Dubai, UAE to the war ridden areas of Israel-Palestine Conflict.

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