In an update from southern Gaza, UNICEF spokesperson James Elder said that "a doctor from Shifa Hospital in northern Gaza told him that threats to children were largely from the air and now on the ground, in the form of diarrhea and respiratory infections," according to a UN statement. Their immune systems have become weaker and they are seriously weakened due to lack of food." Echoing deep concerns about the scale of needs in Gaza, the UN's World Health Organization noted that an assessment made in northern Gaza at the start of the cessation of hostilities on November 24 showed that "everyone, everywhere has urgent health needs." "Basically, if you're sick, if your child has diarrhea, or if you have a respiratory infection, you won't get any help," she explained.In its latest update, the UN Office for the Coordination of Aid (OCHA) said that "deliveries of relief supplies south of Wadi Gaza have been accelerated, with the bulk of some 1.7 million internally displaced people seeking shelter." The Israeli army launched a seven-week war on the Gaza Strip until a humanitarian truce was reached last Friday, and the war left more than 15,10 dead, including more than 7,36 children and women, while about 1,7 people are still missing, and the number of injured exceeded <>,<>. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) said that "approximately <>.<> million Palestinians have been displaced from their homes from the Strip, of whom about one million are in UNRWA shelters."