Sunday, April 24, 2016

Israel sets up field hospital in quake-stricken Ecuador

Hundreds have died in a massive 7.8 earthquake that has devastated regions of Ecuador. In Canoa, 98% of the buildings have been destroyed.

The Israeli disaster relief group IsraAID  arrived in the country several days ago, and used private planes to reach Canoa.  They set up a field hospital  and began operating it on Saturday evening, focusing on immediate care, emergency medical treatment, child friendly spaces and psycho-social care.

Do Israelis give up precious time with their families over the holidays to help those in need?  Yes they do.

You won't read about this in the mainstream media.
Israeli group sets up field hospital in quake-hit Ecuador

1 comment:

Shlomo Ben Hungstien said...

nor will you read about any muslim countries doing the same even the oil rich ones. and not because it's not being reported.