WHO sends medical supplies to Lebanon, calls for int’l solidarity

In the aftermath of the Beirut explosion, the World Health Organization delivered trauma and surgical supplies enough to treat a total of 2000 people, airlifted from Dubai on a plane donated by the United Arab Emirates, a statement issued by the organization Regional Director Ahmad Al-Mandhari said, yesterday.


It added that the organization is working with authorities and partners on the ground to identify health needs and fill gaps.


The statement called on the international community to once again show solidarity and support towards all people in need in Lebanon.


The Geneva-based agency said it was committed to ensuring access to health care for all people, everywhere, only if working towards this goal as one united front.


Source: Jordan news Agency

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