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Palestinians from Syria Forced to Rent Shelters at up to 400$

Published : 14-09-2018

Palestinians from Syria Forced to Rent Shelters at up to 400$

Scores of Palestinian refugees from Syria have been forced out of their shelters as a result to the deadly offensives, the blockade, and deportation.

The situation of the Palestinian refugees who fled their embattled camps has gone far worse due to the steep monthly rental fees estimated at up to $150 in Damascus rural and urban areas, where monthly income does not exceed $100. Rental costs in Lebanon and Turkey have gone up as high as $400, forcing hundreds of homeless and unemployed refugees to live rough.

Sometime earlier, the UN Special Coordinator for Lebanon Sigrid Kaag expressed concern over the abject conditions enduring by the Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon, saying 17% of them are living below the poverty line.

31,000 Palestinian from Syria have been facing dire socio-economic conditions in Lebanon due to the steep prices and lack of access to the local labor market, along with their volatile legal status.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7691

Scores of Palestinian refugees from Syria have been forced out of their shelters as a result to the deadly offensives, the blockade, and deportation.

The situation of the Palestinian refugees who fled their embattled camps has gone far worse due to the steep monthly rental fees estimated at up to $150 in Damascus rural and urban areas, where monthly income does not exceed $100. Rental costs in Lebanon and Turkey have gone up as high as $400, forcing hundreds of homeless and unemployed refugees to live rough.

Sometime earlier, the UN Special Coordinator for Lebanon Sigrid Kaag expressed concern over the abject conditions enduring by the Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon, saying 17% of them are living below the poverty line.

31,000 Palestinian from Syria have been facing dire socio-economic conditions in Lebanon due to the steep prices and lack of access to the local labor market, along with their volatile legal status.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7691