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More Than 600 Medications Missing In Gaza

Tuesday January 08, 2013 06:15 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC & Agencies The Palestinian Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip reported that more than 602 types of medications and medical supplies are not found in Gaza, including several types of essential medications such as heart medications and medications used by patients who suffer from […]

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#GazaCrisis | Sawasiya center to prosecute PA health ministry for causing Gaza drug crisis

[ PIC 27/06/2012 – 05:09 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Sawasiya center for human rights said it has prepared a lawsuit against the Palestinian authority health ministry in Ramallah for its direct responsibility for the pharmaceutical crisis plaguing the health sector in the Gaza Strip. In a press release, Sawasiya affirmed that it had conducted investigation […]

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Ministry of Health: Unprecedented low level of medicines in Gaza stores

[ PIC 14/04/2012 – 02:31 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Dr. Ashraf Al-Qudra, the spokesman for the Health Ministry in Gaza, has warned of a new and unprecedented drop in the ministry’s stores of medicine. He said in a press release on Saturday that 180 kinds of medicines and 210 kinds of medical consumables were depleted […]

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North Sinai local government prepares for march on Gaza – Egypt – Ahram Online

Governorate stocking up on essential supplies in preparation for a million man march on Gaza on May 15 Ahram Online , Wednesday 11 May 2011 Abdel Wahab Mabrouk, Governor of North Sinai, told Ahram Online that the level of preparation in the governorate has been heightened in expectation of a march towards Gaza on 15 […]

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Health Crisis in Gaza

“Areej is a 4 year old girl from Sabra in Gaza. She is an orphan whose father was a killed by an Israeli bomb. She has a skin condition that is undiagnosed but worsened severely during the Israeli invasion of Gaza in 2008-2009. Although it is inconclusive, Areej’s neighborhood was one of the worst hit […]

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