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The World Health Organization (WHO) said that the Palestinian people in Gaza are in the middle of “a massive catastrophe”. WHO
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STORY: WHO / GAZA UNRWA SCHOOL JABALIA
TRT: 04:06
SOURCE: WHO
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LANGAUGE: ARABIC / NATS

DATELINE: 31 JANUARY 2024, JABALIA CAMP, NORTHERN GAZA STRIP

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1. Various shots, living conditions at the school
2. SOUNBITE (Arabic) Displaced man, UNRWA-run Palestine School, Jabalia camp:
“We are dying due to this weather, it’s not like we are living in a house where we have electricity or a place that you can be safe in. The water is coming down on us from everywhere.”
3. Med shot, Displaced man working on a makeshift shelter
4. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Displaced man, UNRWA-run Palestine School, Jabalia camp:
“We used to sleep in it but when it started heavily raining, we ran to find cover or shelter. We are not alive, this is not a life. Death is way better than living like this.”
5. Various shots, showing the living conditions at the school and displaced people making bread.
6. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Displaced woman, UNRWA-run Palestine School, Jabalia camp:
“Nothing is available, no water, no electricity. The classroom where I’m staying has broken windows. Kids are freezing in this weather, look at my kid, no clothes, no water and also garbage everywhere. We are dealing with epidemics and diseases; we are tired physically and psychologically.”
7. Med shot, children riding bicycles
8. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Displaced woman, UNRWA-run Palestine School, Jabalia camp:
“Before all of this we had a decent life, we had homes and we were safe. What did we do to deserve all of this? What did our youth and children do to deserve all of this? I swear to God my kids are feeling sick every day, and they suffer from gastroenteritis and skin diseases, and this is not all, we can’t even find medicine, when you go to get treatment for the kids there is no medicine available.”
9. Various shots, showing cooking and the living conditions at the school and displaced people cooking

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The World Health Organization (WHO) said that the Palestinian people in Gaza are in the middle of “a massive catastrophe”.

Briefing media in Geneva (31 Jan), Michael Ryan, Executive Director of Health Emergencies Programme, said, “whichever way you look at… in terms of nutritional status, shelter, access to clean water, access to electricity, access to medicines, whatever parameter you apply this is a catastrophe. But if you are asking if the catastrophe can get worse, absolutely."

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