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Medicines and medical supplies project for war victims in Gaza

Child Appeal Charity implemented a humanitarian project aimed at saving the lives of victims in the Gaza Strip, especially children and women. This project comes in response to the necessary needs for medical supplies and special medicines, in addition to providing medical beds for the sick and wounded.

This project was successfully implemented by purchasing medical supplies and medicines from medical warehouses in Gaza that still maintain such vital resources. These necessary materials were delivered to Nasser Medical Complex Hospital in Khan Yunis, which will have a significant impact on improving health services in the hospital, which receives hundreds of wounded and dead victims and works with difficulty to save the lives of many war victims every day.

This project is considered an important step towards supporting the people of the Gaza Strip in the war that they have been experiencing for more than 30 days and in which more than 10,000 martyrs have been killed. Improving health care in light of the difficult conditions experienced by the residents of the Gaza Strip. It is part of the ongoing efforts of the Child Call Association to provide assistance and support to the most vulnerable groups, especially children and victims of wars in the region.

It should be noted that this project will contribute to saving the lives of hundreds of children and women victims of the war in Gaza, and will contribute to providing the necessary medical care for the sick and injured. It should be noted that the health sector suffers from a lack of services and a depletion of resources due to the siege imposed on the sector since the start of the war. The residents of the Gaza Strip live without water, electricity, or gas.

We encourage everyone to support these humanitarian efforts and contribute to saving the lives of patients in the Gaza Strip.
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