UN news on August 17, spokesman of UN Secretary General dujarick said at an online press conference today that after the explosion in Lebanon, the United Nations and its partners continued to carry out needs assessment to provide emergency assistance to those most in need. < p > < p > dujarick pointed out that more than 70000 people were unable to work because of the explosion, which had a direct impact on many families. The financial crisis that began in October last year has caused about 220000 people to lose their jobs, not to mention those who have lost their jobs due to the new epidemic. The explosion also damaged about 40000 buildings, including 3000 residential buildings. At least 2000 doctors were injured or their clinics destroyed. < / P > < p > the Spanish contingent serving the eastern mission area of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon donated fire-fighting equipment to the Lebanon civil defence organization. The “Lebanon Civil Defence Organization” is a public civil emergency service that conducts fire and search and rescue activities throughout the country. The donation will help 17000 people in the myrjiyouyun region, where the eastern mission area is located. < / P > < p > the United Nations refugee agency is mobilizing $35 million to provide emergency response services to the most vulnerable families of Lebanon, refugees and migrants in Beirut, the capital. On the other hand, the United Nations Population Fund says it is working to meet the needs of 81000 women of childbearing age, some of 300000 displaced by the explosion. Some 3900 pregnant women will need prenatal, obstetric and neonatal care in the coming months. < / P > < p > partners in the fund are expanding reproductive health services, including the recruitment of midwives to provide home-based medical services and other support. In addition, the organization has provided thousands of boxes of surgical masks, masks, gloves, work clothes and other supplies to the Ministry of health in Lebanon. More than 10000 health kits – including health pads, soap, towels, etc. – were also distributed by the fund and partners in communities damaged by the explosion.