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Gaza: Statistics of Attacks on Basic Service Facilities

Initial Statistics of Attacks on Basic Service Facilities Last Updated: 10:00 am, Saturday, 02 August 2014

Targeted FacilitiesNumberComplete DestructionExtensive DamagePartial DestructionDeathsWounded
Clinics and health centers 18216---
Medical personnel----1033
Water and electricity services workers----75
Water wells------
Water desalination plants22----
Major water tanks22----
Sewage treatment plants11----
UNRWA schools and shelters6-6-26Dozens
Gaza Power Plant-Major fuel saving tanks----
Electricity supplying lines from Israel-6 lines providing 72 megawatts----[1]

Forcible Displacement in the Gaza Strip
Last updated: 10:00 am, Saturday, 02 August 2014

240,000Displaced civilians in UNRWA schools
16,000Displaced civilians in public schools
264,000Total of displaced civilians
6Shelters that have been attacked (UNRWA schools)
520,000Total Displaced


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