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Japan to Give $8m to Egyptian Hospitals Treating Injured Palestinians

Japan inked an agreement with the World Health Organization (WHO) on Sunday to give funding for crucial medical aid to Egyptian hospitals that treat injured Gaza Strip residents.


Oka Hiroshi, the Japanese Ambassador to Cairo, stated that the $8 million funding will be used to deliver crucial medical supplies.


Rania Al-Mashat, Egypt’s Minister of International Cooperation, complimented the Japanese government’s measures.


Hanan Balkhy, WHO regional director for the Eastern Mediterranean, who saw the signing event, stated that WHO lifesaving operations are impeded by access limitations and praised Japan for its efforts to assist people affected in Gaza.


Many Gazan hospitals have been rendered inoperable as a result of Israel’s war. Those that stay open are congested, experience power outages, and lack supplies. The World Health Organization has called for an end to attacks on healthcare facilities.

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