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Debris Clearance Ongoing in Yarmouk Camp

Published : 29-09-2018

Debris Clearance Ongoing in Yarmouk Camp

Clearance of debris in Yarmouk Camp, which was kick-started over recent weeks, has been under full swing, AGPS has learnt. The first phase of the measure was funded by the Palestine Liberation Organization.

Member of the committee overseeing debris removal in Yarmouk, Mohamed Ali AlSaleh, said access roads have been cleansed in the camp. However, reconstruction of civilian homes is expected to be carried out by the residents themselves.

Member of the High Relief Committee, engineer Mahmoud Suleiman Ahmad, said the Syrian government pledged to rehabilitate infrastructure in Yarmouk and to open a clinic pending the reconstruction of other health care facilities.

Secretary of the Coalition of Palestinian Factions in Syria, Khaled Abdul Majeed, told Sana News Agency that debris removal has been carried out in cooperation with the concerned authorities. The first stage of the measure is slated to take 45 days to completely remove debris. A committee is to be dispatched to the area to inspect the damage wrought on civilian homes as part of the second stage of the project.

On September 21, Abdul Majid said no specific date has been set for the return of displaced families to Yarmouk Camp, adding that contacts have been underway with the Syrian authorities so as to send a committee of experts to inspect the damage inflicted on residential facilities and press ahead with reconstruction.

Bulldozers and trucks continue to take rubble out of AlWaseem Square, AlMadaris Street, AlMansoura Street, Abdullah AlAsabah Street, AlRija Square, the vicinities of Palestine Hospital, Palestine and Loubiya streets along with other residential neighborhoods across Yarmouk in an attempt to unblock access roads and restore civilians’ smooth movement inside and out.

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Clearance of debris in Yarmouk Camp, which was kick-started over recent weeks, has been under full swing, AGPS has learnt. The first phase of the measure was funded by the Palestine Liberation Organization.

Member of the committee overseeing debris removal in Yarmouk, Mohamed Ali AlSaleh, said access roads have been cleansed in the camp. However, reconstruction of civilian homes is expected to be carried out by the residents themselves.

Member of the High Relief Committee, engineer Mahmoud Suleiman Ahmad, said the Syrian government pledged to rehabilitate infrastructure in Yarmouk and to open a clinic pending the reconstruction of other health care facilities.

Secretary of the Coalition of Palestinian Factions in Syria, Khaled Abdul Majeed, told Sana News Agency that debris removal has been carried out in cooperation with the concerned authorities. The first stage of the measure is slated to take 45 days to completely remove debris. A committee is to be dispatched to the area to inspect the damage wrought on civilian homes as part of the second stage of the project.

On September 21, Abdul Majid said no specific date has been set for the return of displaced families to Yarmouk Camp, adding that contacts have been underway with the Syrian authorities so as to send a committee of experts to inspect the damage inflicted on residential facilities and press ahead with reconstruction.

Bulldozers and trucks continue to take rubble out of AlWaseem Square, AlMadaris Street, AlMansoura Street, Abdullah AlAsabah Street, AlRija Square, the vicinities of Palestine Hospital, Palestine and Loubiya streets along with other residential neighborhoods across Yarmouk in an attempt to unblock access roads and restore civilians’ smooth movement inside and out.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7756