A member of the municipal emergency committee said Gaza Assem Nabih told Al Jazeera there was an urgent need for fuel and asked for it to be brought into the city, while the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) described the humanitarian situation in Gaza as dire.
Nabi added that basic services such as water and fuel cannot be provided and must be provided immediately.
Meanwhile, trucks carrying humanitarian aid and fuel are unable to meet the needs of the more than 2 million people in Gaza under a temporary ceasefire.
One official said:United Nations Yesterday Sunday, he joined a humanitarian aid convoy heading to northern Gaza. Relief groups are delivering the largest aid shipments in more than a month to residents reported to be exhausted and severely thirsty.
Ahead of the start of a four-day humanitarian truce in Gaza, U.N. agencies expressed concern about the spread of disease and drought in the northern Gaza Strip, which has been cut off from foreign aid for weeks under a suffocating Palestinian Authority siege. Israel.
despair and danger
The United Nations said earlier that no safe passage had been found, while medical staff remained active as part of their staff International Committee of the Red Cross Go there and shoot.
James Elder from UNICEF said:unicef) – After returning from Gaza, “People were so desperate, you could see it in the adults’ eyes that they weren’t eating, and you could see the children getting thinner.”
Elder said that even as aid flows north, he has seen hundreds of Gazans move south because they fear Israel will bomb again if the four-day truce is not extended. “People are very worried that this truce is going to end,” he said. “I see grandmothers with children, children pushing grandmothers in wheelchairs” across unpaved roads.
On Sunday, the Palestinian Red Crescent Society announced that 100 aid trucks carrying food, water, baby formula and blankets would enter Gaza and the northern governorates.
She added that the aid reached thousands of citizens in need of the most basic necessities.