UN: 38,000 Palestinians displaced in Gaza
Dujarric said 41 education facilities have been damaged according to U.N. staff on the ground.
"The power supply across Gaza has been reduced to six to eight hours per day, on average, with a number of feeder lines not functioning," he said.
"That, in turn, disrupts the provision of health care and other basic services, including water, hygiene and sanitation." He said the World Food Program has started providing emergency assistance for more than 51,000 people in north Gaza.
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