The UN warns that Gaza has reached peak hunger catastrophe

Both the north and south of the Gaza Strip would have been reached the largest humanitarian disaster due to famine. This is the main conclusion of a scale conducted by the United Nations, various governments and non-governmental organizations two and a half months after the Israeli offensive that forced 85% of Gaza’s population to leave their homes. And humanitarian aid is arriving in droves.

Many families cannot feed their children, as this Palestinian woman recognizes. “There are so many patients. The treatment takes place on the floor. Children, adults, women, women give birth here, in this room full of people, the floor is covered in blood. I’ve never seen anything like it.”

Other organizations such as the WHO, Action Against Hunger and Doctors Without Borders join this complaint and warn against this If the bombs do not destroy the population, there will be hunger, disease and poor hygiene..

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