State of Israel
Ministry of Defense
Coordination of Government Activities in the Territories
Daily Report: Civilian Assistance to Gaza
Operation “Protective Edge”
On July 30th, 131 trucks were scheduled to cross into
Gaza; only 65 trucks arrived at Kerem Shalom. Drivers
on the Gaza and Israeli side are reluctant to come to
the crossing due to Hamas mortar fire and the security
Of the trucks that entered:
•26 trucks carrying 575 tons of food.
•11 trucks carrying 440 tons of agricultural supplies.
•4 trucks carrying 47 tons of medicine and medical
•24 trucks carrying 169 tons of humanitarian supplies.
If you or an affiliate wish to donate humanitarian
supplies, please contact Sabah Nabulsi
[email protected] at the Palestinian
Customs Agency. COGAT will assist in completing
the process after the request has been filed.
Goods at Kerem Shalom being unloaded for transfer
IDF forces evacuated a 75 year old
woman from N. Gaza for treatment
at the field hospital. She was later
transferred for further care in Israel.
1,812 Total Entries into Israel
1,412 Total Exits to Gaza
Total of 1,387 trucks entered
via Kerem Shalom since July
A total of 77 ambulance transfers
through Erez , 3 on July 30.
The field hospital features:
Total Energy Import to Gaza
4.44 million liters of diesel for the
power station, 344K liters for UNRWA.
10 beds, emergency room, lab,
3.182 M liters of fuel and 1.02 M liters
pharmacy, pediatric ward,
of benzene for transportation.
ambulatory clinic, gynecology
unit, family and internal medicine. 1,557 tons of gas for domestic use.
In order to coordinate treatment at
the field hospital, all requests should
be directed to the Gaza DCO: 08674-1569/8.
The infrastructure situation in Gaza
is very serious and continues to
deteriorate. Electricity is the primary
concern; Gaza’s sole power plant was
damaged two days ago and cannot
produce power. Two of the ten feeder
lines from Israel were repaired on July
30th, each providing 12.5 MW.
COGAT is working with various
stakeholders to try and find immediate
solutions for the electrical and waterrelated problems.
Combat conditions present
significant logistical challenges to
coordinating repairs. Often they are
delayed due to security threats and
safety concerns for the workers.
54 Infrastructural repairs total
220k L benzene,
Of Israelis in
30 electrical repairs.
15 water supply repairs.
4 sewage repairs.
220k L fuel for
4 communication repairs.