Under Rocket Fire from Gaza, Humanitarian Aid Continues
Field hospital for wounded Palestinians from Gaza
The IDF, in cooperation with the Red Crescent, has opened a field hospital at the Erez Crossing, on the Gaza border, to treat wounded Palestinians from the Gaza Strip. The field hospital contains an emergency room, lab, pharmacy, pediatric ward, ambulatory clinic, gynecology unit, family and internal medicine, and is equipped to treat dozens of patients.
Medical Aid to Palestinian in Israeli hospitals
The majority of Israel's population is in range of missiles being fired from the Gaza strip by the Hamas terror organization.
The 'Save a child's heart' humanitarian project continues to treat children arriving from Gaza, who suffer from heart disease.
Every year, 150 children from Gaza and the West Bank are treated as part of this project.
"We're physicians, our job is to take care of people. The children who come here didn't do anybody any harm, They need our help and we will continue to help them." says a physician at Israel's Wolfson Hospital, which takes part in this program
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IDF Transfers Medical Supplies and Food into Gaza
Despite ongoing terror attacks and constant rocket fire, the IDF goes beyond its legal obligation and supplies medical equipment, food, gas and hygiene products to Gaza.
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FULL Updated report of Civilian Assistance to Gaza from the Coordination of Government Activities in the Territories: