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No power, no food, no water… Gaza needs help

the suffering is endless

Over 27,478 people have been killed and over 66,835 wounded and 8,000 missing since (05/02/2024)

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Since mid-October, there have been 179,000 cases of acute respiratory infection, 136,400 cases of diarrhoea among under-fives, 55,400 cases of scabies and lice and 4,600 cases of jaundice, it reported. These statistics are the latest until Dec 2023.

The latest warnings from UNRWA and the UN World Food Programme, WFP, highlighted the threat of starvation and disease in heavily built-up areas, where tens of thousands of people have fled intense bombing campaigns in the enclave’s north and centre.

 

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Well over a million people are now seeking safety in the already overcrowded southern city of Rafah, according to UNRWA, with hundreds of thousands sleeping in the open with inadequate clothing or materials to keep out the cold. There have been increased reports of strikes in Rafah on 4 and 5 February. (UN News: 26/01/2024)

The latest warnings from UNRWA and the UN World Food Programme, WFP, highlighted the threat of starvation and disease in heavily built-up areas, where tens of thousands of people have fled intense bombing campaigns in the enclave’s north and centre.

More than half of Gaza’s homes – 360,000 residential units have been destroyed or damaged, 378 educational facilities, 14 out of 35 hospitals are partially functioning, 122 ambulances, 221 places of worship damaged/destroyed (UNOCHA: 02/02/2024).

 
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