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In 2020, the UAE sent a plane to Tunisia carrying tonnes of medical equipment and PPE for frontline workers.
The UAE has responded to the Covid-19 crisis by providing over 1,661 tonnes of aid to 120 countries in need.
The facility was erected and fitted out in a record time of just 30 days.
If we do not act now to end this pandemic of human suffering, many people will die: WFP Executive Director.
In a call with Abu Dhabi Crown Prince, Dr Abdullah Hamdouk thanked the UAE for supporting his country during the pandemic.
The aid will assist approximately 11,000 medical professionals as they work to contain the virus.
'This C17 full of crucial supplies is the result of the kindness and generosity of the UAE'
The Mogadishu-bound flight carrying over 35 tonnes of life-saving equipment was chartered to help those most in need at such a challenging time.
This shipment is part of the $1.5 billion aid package approved by the UAE in April 2019.
Medical equipment and test kit supplies will benefit more than 7,000 healthcare professionals.