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The Sultanate of Oman donates one million dollars to support children in the Gaza Strip

By Manal Abdel Fattah

UNICEF expressed its sincere appreciation to the Sultanate of Oman for its generous donation of one million dollars to help children in the Gaza Strip, as this important donation highlights the steadfast dedication of the Sultanate of Oman and its position with the Palestinian cause and its firm support with Palestine towards peace in the interest of humanitarian work and its steadfast support for the well-being of children.

At the national and international levels.

This contribution will play a vital role in providing basic assistance to children in the Gaza Strip, where they face major obstacles such as lack of food security and limited access to education and health services. Thanks to the support of the Government of the Sultanate of Oman, UNICEF will be able to continue implementing vital programs and initiatives designed to enhance the lives and protect the well-being of children in Palestine.

Sumayra Chaudhary, UNICEF Representative in Oman, expressed her sincere thanks to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Sultanate of Oman for this generous gesture towards children in Palestine.

She noted that this generous donation will have a moral impact in the lives of many children, providing them with basic support and hope for a better future.

Despite the challenges, UNICEF continues to provide direct support on the ground, focusing on providing safe drinking water, providing medical and educational supplies, supporting health workers, and providing nutritional supplements and vitamins to children and families in the Gaza Strip.

Sending vital relief supplies such as water pipes, various vaccines, syringes, kits to treat some infectious diseases, obstetric surgery kits, industrial blankets, tents for families, sleeping carpets, and fifty incubators for infants, which were installed in three specialized hospitals. In addition, UNICEF is supporting cash transfers to more than 500,000 people in the Gaza Strip.

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