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Displaced Residents of Handarat Camp Appeal for Reconstruction, Safe Access to Their Homes

Published : 13-06-2017

Displaced Residents of Handarat Camp Appeal for Reconstruction, Safe Access to Their Homes

Activists and civilians sheltered in Handarat Camp, in Aleppo, appealed, in letters emailed to AGPS, to all concerned parties and UNRWA to work on reconstructing the camp and granting civilians a safe access to their homes, from which they have been displaced for 1,500 consecutive days due to the fierce clashes rocking the area. The Syrian government forces seized the territory some 234 days ago.

The displaced civilians launched a cry for help over the abject situation they have been enduring due to the rampant hostilities, price hike, steep rental fees, and high rates of unemployment.

Activists said remnants of the internationally-prohibited cluster grenades, unleashed by the Russian and Syrian warplanes, have been spotted in the camp, warning that they might explode at any possible moment.

Nearly 90% of civilian buildings and facilities in Handarat have been partially or totally reduced to rubble due to the unabated offensives rocking the camp.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/5318

Activists and civilians sheltered in Handarat Camp, in Aleppo, appealed, in letters emailed to AGPS, to all concerned parties and UNRWA to work on reconstructing the camp and granting civilians a safe access to their homes, from which they have been displaced for 1,500 consecutive days due to the fierce clashes rocking the area. The Syrian government forces seized the territory some 234 days ago.

The displaced civilians launched a cry for help over the abject situation they have been enduring due to the rampant hostilities, price hike, steep rental fees, and high rates of unemployment.

Activists said remnants of the internationally-prohibited cluster grenades, unleashed by the Russian and Syrian warplanes, have been spotted in the camp, warning that they might explode at any possible moment.

Nearly 90% of civilian buildings and facilities in Handarat have been partially or totally reduced to rubble due to the unabated offensives rocking the camp.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/5318