Indonesian Clinic in Gaza Ready to Serve Residents

Indonesian Clinic for Palestine (photo: doc / ACT)

Gaza, MINA – Indonesians are again showing their solidarity and generosity towards Palestinians. This week, an Indonesian health clinic set up in North Gaza near the border.

Mitra Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) in Gaza, dr. Ahmad Al-Najjar said the opening of Indonesian Clinic for Palestine was expected to be able to deal with the residents injured from the Great Return March action or Israeli military attacks.

“The clinic is equipped with mid-level surgical facilities and emergency rooms that will accommodate critical patients from the border,” Ahmad said.

A total of three doctors, three nurses, one pharmacist, one receptionist, and one waitress have been prepared. The Indonesian clinic in Gaza is also equipped with a pharmacy that provides medicines, especially injured victims.

ACT Partners said 33 thousand injured in Gaza with five thousand critical people and suffered permanently as a result of Israeli attacks.

“We are grateful and we hope that philanthropists in Indonesia continue to support us in Palestine. Jazakallah, “he concluded

Indonesian clinic for Palestine is part of ACT’s commitment to give aid for Palestine. The health service center has began operating since Tuesday. (T/Sj/P2)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)