Egypt, Jordan, UAE, Qatar, and France Airdropped Aid In Gaza

Bader Alaa

Qatar, Jordan, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, and France jointly conducted an airdrop of humanitarian aid, including food and medical supplies, over Gaza on 27 February, emphasizing the importance of international cooperation in times of crisis.

45 tones of aid were dropped in Gaza on Tuesday

According to Egyptian military spokesperson Gharib Abdel Hafez, around 45 tones of aid were dropped in the northern and center parts of Gaza to help alleviate the terrible impact of the ongoing war on Gaza.

UNRWA and UNICEF warn of a potential famine in Gaza

This came amidst warnings from aid agencies about a potential famine in Gaza, as Israel has been blocking aids from entering Gaza. The United Nations Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA) said that the last time food aid was sent to northern Gaza was on January 23.

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has also warned that after more than four months of siege, one million Gazan children face extreme food insecurity and a health crisis. it said more than 95% of Gazan families reduced adult food portions to feed their children.

Qatar and France launch Initiative to cooperate in delivering humanitarian aid to Gaza

Meanwhile, Qatar and France Launched a humanitarian aid cooperation project to alleviate the suffering of Palestinian citizens besieged in Gaza.
In implementation of the cooperation initiative, three Qatari Armed Forces aircraft arrived in El Arish, Egypt, on February 27 with 75 tones of humanitarian aid, including 10 ambulances, shelter supplies, and food items provided by Qatar and France, for transfer to Gaza.


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