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UNRWA: Over 60% of Palestine Refugees Displaced in Syria

Published : 02-04-2019

UNRWA: Over 60% of Palestine Refugees Displaced in Syria


UNRWA has said that of the estimated 438,000 Palestine refugees remaining inside Syria, 60% have been displaced at least once since the start of the conflict and a third have had their homes damaged or destroyed.
Over 120,000 Palestinian refugees from Syria have fled the country, including over 28,000 currently present in Lebanon and 17,719 in Jordan, where many of them face a precarious and marginalized existence due to their uncertain legal status and social protection mechanisms.
There are 438,000 Palestine refugees remaining against the 560,000 inpiduals registered with UNRWA in Syria. Out of those, 418,000 inpiduals rely on humanitarian assistance to survive, representing 95 per cent of the total Palestine refugee population in country.
Into the eighth year of conflict, conditions in Syria remain volatile and marked by continuing and intense armed violence and limited humanitarian access. Amid this unconscionable bloodshed and destruction, Palestine refugees remain particularly vulnerable and have been disproportionately affected by the conflict, due to their proximity to conflict areas inside Syria, high rates of poverty, and the tenuous legal status of those forced to flee to Lebanon and Jordan. 
 

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8508


UNRWA has said that of the estimated 438,000 Palestine refugees remaining inside Syria, 60% have been displaced at least once since the start of the conflict and a third have had their homes damaged or destroyed.
Over 120,000 Palestinian refugees from Syria have fled the country, including over 28,000 currently present in Lebanon and 17,719 in Jordan, where many of them face a precarious and marginalized existence due to their uncertain legal status and social protection mechanisms.
There are 438,000 Palestine refugees remaining against the 560,000 inpiduals registered with UNRWA in Syria. Out of those, 418,000 inpiduals rely on humanitarian assistance to survive, representing 95 per cent of the total Palestine refugee population in country.
Into the eighth year of conflict, conditions in Syria remain volatile and marked by continuing and intense armed violence and limited humanitarian access. Amid this unconscionable bloodshed and destruction, Palestine refugees remain particularly vulnerable and have been disproportionately affected by the conflict, due to their proximity to conflict areas inside Syria, high rates of poverty, and the tenuous legal status of those forced to flee to Lebanon and Jordan. 
 

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8508