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Palestinian Family Calls for Saving Sick Child as Her Health Gets Worse

Published : 11-10-2018

Palestinian Family Calls for Saving Sick Child as Her Health Gets Worse

Palestinian refugee Sa’id Sheikh Khaled appealed to the human rights institutions nationwide and overseas to work on providing his child Malak with medical therapy after her health has taken a turn for the worse as a result of the tough blockade imposed on Yarmouk Camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Damascus.

Malak, barely aged four, has been diagnosed with strange symptoms ever since she was six-month-old. Her family said the girl is unable to grasp what is going on around her, does not property eat food, and can hardly stand on her feet.

“In order to feed her, we should grind the food, close her nose so as to help her chew it for she does not know what she exactly has to do”, her father said. “My daughter has grown up in the embattled Yarmouk Camp. Every now and then, doctors used to examine her. But nobody could identify what sort of disease she is exactly suffering from.”

“Our family reached Turkey following a mountainous journey. Medics in Antakia also failed to determine her disease”, he added. “My daughter has been left without Treatment in Syria and Turkey. Her health condition is remarkably going downhill.”

The father said the Turkish authorities have not granted them the “kimlik” visa card, making the situation far worse for the displaced family.

Unofficial statistics indicate that 8,000 Palestinians from Syria have sought shelter in Turkey, where they have been facing dire socio-economic conditions and denied access to the local labor market.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7805

Palestinian refugee Sa’id Sheikh Khaled appealed to the human rights institutions nationwide and overseas to work on providing his child Malak with medical therapy after her health has taken a turn for the worse as a result of the tough blockade imposed on Yarmouk Camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Damascus.

Malak, barely aged four, has been diagnosed with strange symptoms ever since she was six-month-old. Her family said the girl is unable to grasp what is going on around her, does not property eat food, and can hardly stand on her feet.

“In order to feed her, we should grind the food, close her nose so as to help her chew it for she does not know what she exactly has to do”, her father said. “My daughter has grown up in the embattled Yarmouk Camp. Every now and then, doctors used to examine her. But nobody could identify what sort of disease she is exactly suffering from.”

“Our family reached Turkey following a mountainous journey. Medics in Antakia also failed to determine her disease”, he added. “My daughter has been left without Treatment in Syria and Turkey. Her health condition is remarkably going downhill.”

The father said the Turkish authorities have not granted them the “kimlik” visa card, making the situation far worse for the displaced family.

Unofficial statistics indicate that 8,000 Palestinians from Syria have sought shelter in Turkey, where they have been facing dire socio-economic conditions and denied access to the local labor market.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7805