A hospital indemnity fund has run dry, forcing the hospital’s management to rely on donations to keep the hospital running.
The Jerusalem Hospital, a joint venture between the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and the Department of Health, is one of the only Israeli hospitals that can receive this kind of support, but it’s also the only one of its kind that relies on donors for its funding.
The funds come from the Palestinian Authority, which has recently implemented a financial blockade on Gaza, which it accuses Hamas of violating.
The hospitals management relies on donations from the community, but the hospital is in dire need of cash.
The hospital, founded in 1985, has two operating rooms and two operating theatres.
At least two of the hospitals staffs Palestinian employees, but one is under the control of a US-based charity called the World Vision Foundation.
While it has an annual budget of $2.4 million, World Vision only contributes about $1 million, with the rest coming from its own funds.
For years, World Trust has operated the hospital under the umbrella of the Ministry of Health in Jerusalem.
However, when the hospital closed in 2015, it was forced to shut down.
This forced the Palestinian hospital management to resort to the World Foundation for a solution to its financial problems.
The World Foundation has a different strategy.
Its donors have pledged millions of dollars to the hospital, and they have used it to build an auditorium, an auditoria, a video studio, and a medical school, among other things.
The plan is to raise money to open the hospital to the public, but only if the hospital manages to survive in its current condition.
Since the end of the Gaza conflict, the World Trusts own funds have declined, and the hospital has only a budget of about $250,000.
As a result, the hospital now relies on a private donor to help with its operations.
The donor has promised to give $200,000 per year, and if he doesn’t come forward soon, it will have to rely even more heavily on donations.
The situation is dire, and that’s why the hospital decided to rely solely on the World Fund.
The medical director of the hospital told The Jerusalem Times that it will not receive any more of its funding until the end the year, when it will no longer be able to operate.
“If we don’t have that funding, the entire hospital will be destroyed,” the medical director said.
The financial crisis at the hospital began in December 2015.
The management of the health system in the West Bank is in crisis, and its budget has been reduced to a fraction of its former size.
Since 2012, Israel has imposed a financial and military blockade on the Gaza Strip, which resulted in the closure of the Rafah crossing, which serves as the entry point for goods and people to Gaza.
The blockade has been enforced by the Israeli army and its allied militias.
The closure has resulted in a severe shortage of medicines, food, and fuel.
The number of hospital beds has also decreased by more than 30 percent, from 10,000 in 2014 to 6,500 today.
The Palestinian Authority’s government is the only authority in the Gaza strip that can provide health care services.
The Gaza Strip is home to more than 1.6 million people, and it has a population of more than 600,000, according to the Palestinian Ministry of the Economy.
The Israeli military has been responsible for many of the deaths in the area, including over 2,000 civilians.
During the 2015 conflict, Israel’s blockade prevented the Palestinian Red Crescent Society from providing essential supplies such as diapers and tampons to Gazans.
The organization has since resumed some of its services, but this does not help much, since the blockade has prevented its supplies from reaching the Gaza residents.
In February 2017, the PA launched a “national reconciliation” drive aimed at easing the blockade, but a few months later, the blockade still has not been lifted.
The lack of medical facilities and the growing financial crisis has resulted, according the Palestinian Medical Association, in a large number of deaths and serious illnesses.
Many of the sick are children and elderly people, as well as children under the age of four.
Since its establishment, the Palestinian Hospital Authority has tried to make it easier for Gaza residents to access medical services.
In 2014, the organization created a mobile phone and Internet service to facilitate the medical needs of residents.
The first such service was launched in 2015.
Since then, the project has expanded to provide free health care to more people, but these services are still not available to the residents.
According to the Medical Association of the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Gaza has an estimated population of around 5 million people.
According the International Committee of the Red Cross, the Gaza population is roughly 4.5 million, including the 3 million children under 18.
The Palestine Health Ministry estimated that 1.5 percent of the population of Gaza is under 18, and