During the ongoing crisis, over 1,000 health professionals have registered to travel to Gaza and treat thousands of patients.
Chairman of Al-Khidmat
Dr Zahid Latif, Chairman of Al-Khidmat Health Foundation, revealed this in an interview with a local news outlet. According to him, 400 of the 1000+ medical professionals are female doctors.
Orthopedic, vascular, and general surgeons, anesthetists, pediatric surgeons, emergency.
And critical care specialists, and gynecologists are among the registered doctors, according to him.
Gaza Ministry of Health
According to the Gaza Ministry of Health, the healthcare system has collapsed as a result of Israeli airstrikes on several health facilities. In addition, dozens of doctors and paramedics have been killed.
According to the ministry, over 18,000 people have been injured, with the majority of them lacking access to medical supplies.
According to the chairman of the Al-Khidmat Health Foundation, the World Health Organization (WHO) country office in Islamabad.
As well as the WHO EMRO head office in Cairo, Egypt, have been informed about the Pakistani healthcare specialists who wish to serve in Gaza.
They have been asked to provide information on when they will be able to enter the war zone.
However, Al-Khidmat has not received permission from WHO or its partner organizations to send healthcare professionals to any Israeli neighboring country to serve in Gaza.
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