WHO sounds alarm for Gaza

Palestinian boy

HPIC is mobilizing enough medicine to provide 100,000 treatments to vulnerable people in Gaza. This operation is in response to an urgent appeal from the World Health Organization. People living in the Strip are suffering because a long siege has cut them off from the outside world. They are going without essential medicines and medical supplies and patients are not being treated.

The WHO is working with the Ministry of Health and other health partners to ensure that supplies are delivered to the health facilities where they are most needed.

HPIC is providing 100 emergency Physician Travel Packs, containing an assortment of high quality medicines and supplies needed for primary health care. In addition, pallets loaded with over $1 million of bulk medicines are being airlifted with the PTPs.

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