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Action Against Hunger welcomes the progress being made to secure the release of Israeli and foreign hostages held in Gaza, and the release of Palestinian prisoners held in Israel.
Our organisation, present in the area since 2005, knows the most urgent and necessary
humanitarian needs in Gaza and maintains that a four-day humanitarian pause is wholly
insufficient to launch a meaningful humanitarian response on the scale required to meet the needs of the population.
Our teams continue to work tirelessly to deliver humanitarian aid, despite insecurity, poor communications, fuel shortages and dwindling stocks in the local market. We have been working with local suppliers inside Gaza to distribute aid such as water, food, hygiene products, nappies, blankets, and mattresses as efficiently and quickly as possible. And most importantly, making sure it reaches the people who really need it.
Our teams are prepared to scale up the response, as the needs are critical, but a sustained ceasefire is essential to achieve this as the only way to protect all civilians, to protect critical infrastructure, and to a safe, sustained and scaled-up humanitarian response commensurate with the needs.
In practice, the following conditions must be in place to enable a humanitarian response
commensurate with Gaza’s needs:
Occupied Palestinian Territory
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