Indonesian Medical Clinics in Palestine Now Have Thirteen Ambulances

Thanks to the Indonesian benefactors, another ambulance for the Indonesian Medical Clinic in Gaza was procured, making a total of thirteen ambulances that are ready to provide health care for the Palestinians.

The 13th ambulance for Indonesian Medical Clinic in Gaza. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, GAZA – Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) has provided another ambulance for the Indonesian Medical Clinics in Gaza, Palestine. The ambulance that has just been modified underwent a road test to ensure that the car is functioning properly.

In total, there are 13 ambulances currently operating in Gaza as part of the Indonesian Medical Clinics’ services. These clinics are located in Khan Younis, Middle Area, Gaza City, Rafah, and North Gaza. The ambulances help the patients go to these clinics to get medical treatments.

The ambulances also transport patients to all hospitals in Gaza for free and also take them home when they are discharged.

"Many Palestinians in Gaza have been greatly assisted by these ambulances,” said Firdaus Guritno from the ACT’s Global Humanity Response, Wednesday (9/15/2021).

Firdaus added, each ambulance can operate at least 18 hours a day, and assist 1,050 patients per month. With more ambulances, it is hoped that the health care provided by the Indonesian Medical Clinics can be optimized.

"The more people contribute to providing more ambulances, the more humanitarian vehicles we can procure. Insha Allah, the ambulances will always support the struggle of the Palestinians for their freedom," explained Firdaus. []