UN’s Ban Ki-moon to Israeli company: ‘Millions of women and children die each year due to indoor smoke from open fires. This is just the thing they need.’
Aid volunteers still on the ground are assessing how they can help in the wake of a powerful aftershock; IDF may return.
Yara, a resident of Gaza, was transferred to Israel for medical treatment after she was injured in a car accident.
IDF field hospital treated 1,600 patients, IDF Home Front Command taught safety and survival, and several Israeli NGOs remain on the ground.
Working in the hard-hit village of Tar, the Israeli volunteer medical team has already treated 122 patients.
Israel didn’t just send medical and rescue staff to Nepal in the wake of the earthquake, it also sent therapeutic clowns.
Social-action program identifies gifted students from periphery towns and trains them to fill an increasing demand for cyber-tech professionals.
Israeli doctors and nurses have performed 33 lifesaving surgeries and aided in five births, including three Cesarean sections.
Nepalese woman gives birth on first day, while the Israeli team treats victims being rescued from remote areas via helicopter.