map
youtube twitter facebook Google Paly App Stores

Victims until today

3988

Bread Crisis Rocks Aleppo’s AlNeirab Camp for Palestinian Refugees

Published : 14-08-2017

Bread Crisis Rocks Aleppo’s AlNeirab Camp for Palestinian Refugees

Residents of AlNeirab Camp for Palestinian refugees, in Aleppo, have sounded distress signals over the acute dearth in bread, which they attributed to the attempts of anonymous parties to shorn civilians of much-needed items.

Hundreds of civilians continue to line up on a quasi-daily basis in long queues outside local ovens in the hunt for a bundle of bread loafs to feed their starved children and families.

AlNeirab residents have spoken out against the poor selling mechanisms and the abrupt closure of distribution centers along with the influx of residents of nearby towns, including AlNeirab, Tel Shu’ayeb, and Jibreen, to the camp in the hunt for bread. The residents also warned that bakers have been selling large quantities of flour to unidentified parties.

Civilians urged the Syrian government, among all other concerned parties, to urgently work on securing bread, increasing flour supplies to local bakeries, holding crooked bakers to account, controlling bread sales in Jibreen and AlNeirab, and restoring local distribution centers.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/5637

Residents of AlNeirab Camp for Palestinian refugees, in Aleppo, have sounded distress signals over the acute dearth in bread, which they attributed to the attempts of anonymous parties to shorn civilians of much-needed items.

Hundreds of civilians continue to line up on a quasi-daily basis in long queues outside local ovens in the hunt for a bundle of bread loafs to feed their starved children and families.

AlNeirab residents have spoken out against the poor selling mechanisms and the abrupt closure of distribution centers along with the influx of residents of nearby towns, including AlNeirab, Tel Shu’ayeb, and Jibreen, to the camp in the hunt for bread. The residents also warned that bakers have been selling large quantities of flour to unidentified parties.

Civilians urged the Syrian government, among all other concerned parties, to urgently work on securing bread, increasing flour supplies to local bakeries, holding crooked bakers to account, controlling bread sales in Jibreen and AlNeirab, and restoring local distribution centers.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/5637