A nurse from New York City was awarded a $50 million salary by the United Nations Human Rights Council on Wednesday.
The award was given to the nurse, a nurse from Brooklyn, who has been in Gaza since late March.
The nurse, who was in the area to work with patients, was evacuated to the United States in the middle of the summer to help treat people there.
Her salary was $30,000, the council said.
The council said the award came after the New York city-based group, Save the Children, and the United Arab Emirates paid $10 million to the New Jersey-based charity in order to help with medical evacuations and other humanitarian relief.
In July, UNICEF and Save the Child pledged $100 million to help children in Gaza and the West Bank.
The UN Human Rights Commission in June named Israel and the Palestinian Authority as the main perpetrators of war crimes, crimes against humanity and crimes against humanitarianism.
Israel has maintained its military blockade on Gaza and has killed at least 2,300 Palestinians, according to the Palestinian Center for Human Rights.
The United States and other nations have called for an end to Israel’s illegal siege of Gaza, but it is still in place.
The city of Gaza has been under Israeli military control since 2007, after Israel captured the territory in a 1967 war.