UAE sends second medical aid plane to Burkina Faso today

The United Arab Emirates today sent the second medical aid plane containing 8 tons of medical supplies and testing devices to Burkina Faso, to support the efforts of 8,000 health care workers, and to enhance their efforts to counter and limit the spread of the “COVID-19” virus.

United Arab Emirates humanitarian aid to Burkina Faso

From the pioneering and humanitarian role of the United Arab Emirates in providing aid in times of crisis, and harnessing all capabilities to help African countries on the basis of mutual respect, today an aid plane was sent today to Burkina Faso contains the urgent medical supplies needed to combat the emerging coronavirus pandemic, and to help medical personnel better play their part.

The UAE first medical aids to Burkina Faso

He added: “During the month of June, a medical aid plane was also dispatched to Burkina Faso, under the direction of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President of the United Arab Emirates Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, in coordination and support by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the World Health Organization (WHO).

It carried the plane has about 100 tons of aid on board and exited the International Humanitarian City for Services in Dubai to relief hundreds of thousands of refugees and displaced people in Burkina Faso, following the announcement by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees of a state of emergency in the Central Coast region of Burkina Faso about the need for assistance To protect and assist over 600,000 internally displaced people, coinciding with International Refugee Day, which falls on June 20 every year.

The United Arab Emirates total humanitarian aids across the world

It is worth noting that to date, the United Arab Emirates has provided more than 1087 tons of aid to more than 73 countries, benefiting about a million medical workers.

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