Help Women Children Old in Gaza

Help Women Children Old in Gaza

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Help Women Children Old in Gaza

When a crisis strikes, we are able to immediately mobilise–sometimes within a matter of hours.

Each donation will contribute to our emergency fund, helping us reach more patients requiring urgent medical attention, no matter who or where they are.

What we are witnessing in Gaza is catastrophic.

Thousands of men, women and children have been killed in Israel and Palestine. Hospitals and clinics are at breaking point. They’re overwhelmed and barely functioning. Help Women Children Old in Gaza.

Without electricity, many patients will die – especially those in intensive care, neonatology and on respiratory support machines.

Guilleme Thomas

MSF medical coordinator for Palestine

MSF is calling for an immediate cessation to the indiscriminate bloodshed, to prevent more deaths in Gaza, and allow desperately needed humanitarian supplies in as a matter of urgency. We are calling on all parties to ensure the safety of civilians and medical facilities.

MSF is neutral, impartial and independent. We can do this because of your donations. Help us provide support to those affected by conflict, emergencies and lack of access to healthcare.

Médecins Sans Frontières exists to save lives by providing medical aid where it is needed most

In armed conflicts, epidemics, famines and natural disasters. All these situations call for a rapid response with specialised medical and logistical help. But, we also run longer-term projects, tackling health crises and supporting people where the need is greatest. We currently have projects running in over 70 countries.

Our work is carried out by thousands of health professionals, logistical and administrative staff.

The vast majority of whom come from the countries where we are providing assistance. Around 200 field positions are filled by Australians and New Zealanders each year. In 2018, more than 67,000 MSF staff provided assistance to people caught in crisis around the world.

MSF’s actions are guided by medical ethics and the principles of neutrality and impartiality.

We are constantly seeking to improve the quality, relevance and extent of our assistance, and we will speak out when we witness serious acts of violence, neglected crises, or obstructions to healthcare activities.

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