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Tess Ingram in Gaza: “It’s not too late for most children”

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Tess Ingram in Gaza: “It’s not too late for most children”

The USA is now also warning of a famine in the Gaza Strip. Unicef ​​spokeswoman Tess Ingram is trying to organize help in Rafah. She explains why she is failing.

April 12, 2024, 7:28 p.m

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Note: Malnourished children are being treated in a temporary hospital run by the International Medical Corps in Rafah. © Ali Jadallah /​ Anadolu/​ddp images

Aid organizations have been warning of a famine in the Gaza Strip for a long time, and on Friday the head of the US Agency for International Development also said: She assumes that there is already a famine in parts of the Gaza Strip. The Australian Tess Ingram has been the spokeswoman for the UN children’s fund Unicef ​​since 2021 and is trying to coordinate the few aid deliveries from Rafah in the south of the Gaza Strip. We will reach her via voice call on Friday. Shortly after the conversation, Israel opened a new border crossing under international pressure to allow more aid deliveries to pass through.

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