Bayt Mal Alqods Acharif Agency provides hospitals in occupied Jerusalem with medicines, biomedical equipment

Bayt Mal Alqods Acharif Agency provides hospitals in occupied Jerusalem with medicines, biomedical equipment

The Bayt Mal Alqods Acharif Agency has sent medical supplies and equipment to hospitals in occupied Al Quds to support victims of the ongoing crisis in the holy city.

The agency, chaired by King Mohammed VI through the Al-Quds Committee and operating as an affiliate of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), said in a statement that it had handed over a batch of drugs and medical supplies to the al-Makassed Charitable Association hospital in the holy city and another batch of medical equipment to the Arab Health Center at the esplanade of the Al Aqsa Mosque.

According to the agency, the medical supplies and equipment amounted to over $60,000, funded entirely by Moroccan donations.

The equipment includes ECG machines, electric suction devices, oxygen concentrators, sterilization platforms, and vital sign monitors. The donation also includes antibiotics and other medical supplies.

This operation aims to meet the needs of the emergency services of these hospitals for medicines and biomedical equipment, following the recent events that took place in Al Quds during the month of Ramadan, the statement said.

Medical supervisor of al-Makassed hospital Ali Al-Hussaini commended the Moroccan people for their unwavering support to the Palestinians, saying they have always stood alongside the Palestinian people in difficult situations. This aid is not the first of its kind, he said, recalling that the Kingdom, under the leadership of King Mohammed VI, has continuously provided aid to the Palestinian people.

“Whenever the hospital is facing difficult circumstances and suffers from shortages of medical equipment, we find the support of Bayt Mal Alqods Acharif Agency,” he said, expressing his thanks and gratitude to King Mohammed VI for this lofty initiative, which takes place at a time when al-Makassed hospital suffers from financial problems and a shortage of medicines and medical supplies.

For his part, the administrative director of the Arab Health Center, Ahmed Sorour, said the center urgently needed the medical equipment handed over by Bayt Mal Alqods Acharif Agency.

Ahmed Sorour, who expressed thanks and gratitude to King Mohammed VI for his support to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, praised the rapid interaction of the Bayt Mal Alqods Acharif Agency with the request submitted by the Center regarding this medical aid.

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