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According to the World Health Organization, at a time when fragile humanitarian operations urgently require expansion, the Rafah military operation is further limiting the UN's ability to reach thousands of people who have been living in dire conditions without adequate food, sanitation, health services, and security. WHO
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STORY: WHO / GAZA RAFAH
TRT: 05:10
SOURCE: WHO
RESTRICTIONS: PLEASE CREDIT WHO ON SCREEN
LANGUAGE: ARABIC / NATS

DATELINE: 06 MAY 2024, RAFAH, AL MAWASI, GAZA

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06 MAY 2024, RAFAH, GAZA

1. Various shots, people leaving, busy streets, crowded with vehicles carrying people’s belongings, animals
2. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Ghada Mannaa, displaced person:
“What happened is that we heard the news in the early morning, and also, they dropped leaflets that had indicated that certain selected areas should evacuate to the safe areas; The safe areas they are talking about are completely unsafe, and not suitable for habitation at all. There is also no electricity available, nor water, nor a health system. Also, the so-called safe areas are the same areas that have been hit and targeted since the start of the war, so we are in a dilemma here of what to do, that’s why people are scattered in the streets because we are not sure what to do. We either go to the safe areas to get hit there or simply stay here and die.”
3. Various shots, people leaving, busy streets, crowded with vehicles carrying people’s belongings, animals
4. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Diyaa Nahhal, displaced person:
“We’ve out trying to leave since the early morning, but with no clue where to go. Should we go to Khan Yunis or Mawasl Rafah? or Mawasi Khan Youns? The streets are packed, traffic everywhere with everyone in the streets, things are difficult, and we have no clue where to go.”

06 MAY 2024, AL MAWASI, GAZA

5. Various shots, tents, lots of displaced people, unsanitary living conditions, sewage, rubbish
6. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Jabir Yousef Rehan, displaced person:
“We are suffering. We are suffering from poor hygiene. We are suffering from poor bathrooms. We are suffering from poor hygiene tools in general. We are suffering from children’s diseases a lot. We have children’s diseases that are getting worse day after day. From the lack of hygiene, the lack of available water, and the health situation is very, very, very bad.”
7. Various shots, limited food available in the area, vegetables, people cooking over wood fires, tinned food, children heating bread

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According to the World Health Organization (WHO), at a time when fragile humanitarian operations urgently require expansion, the Rafah military operation is further limiting the UN's ability to reach thousands of people who have been living in dire conditions without adequate food, sanitation, health services, and security.

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