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Displaced Families Struggling for Survival in AlSadaka Camp in Aleppo’s Northern Outskirts

Published : 02-05-2019

Displaced Families Struggling for Survival in AlSadaka Camp in Aleppo’s Northern Outskirts

Palestinian families who were displaced from AlShabiba Camp, in I’zaz region, to AlSadaka Camp, west of AlBal village, in Aleppo’s northern town of Suran, have sounded distress signals over the dire humanitarian conditions in the area due to the absence of vital services and relief assistance.

A refugee said that upon their arrival, the families failed to secure food and power, adding that there are no groceries in the area. The refugees received only a blanket each.

The displaced families held the administration of AlShabiba Camp responsible for the forcible transfer and accused it of corruption and mistreatment.

On April 22, 2019, the local council in I’zaz city, in Aleppo’s northern outskirts, transferred, in partnership with the Turkish charity AFAD, some 80 Syrian and Palestinian families, who were displaced from southern Damascus, from AlShabiba Camp to AlBal Camp, north of Suran city.

The families said they appealed to the administration and the concerned authorities to delay their transfer pending the end of the school year. However, none of their appeals have been taken into consideration. The administration reportedly threatened to force out all those who refuse to yield in to the decision and to take away all of their personal belongings.

Located north of Suran city, in the northern countryside of Aleppo, AlBal Camp was established in April 2018 to give shelter to families displaced from Eastern AlGhouta. It is home to nearly 600 makeshift tents funded by AFAD charity and the Turkish Red Crescent.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8634

Palestinian families who were displaced from AlShabiba Camp, in I’zaz region, to AlSadaka Camp, west of AlBal village, in Aleppo’s northern town of Suran, have sounded distress signals over the dire humanitarian conditions in the area due to the absence of vital services and relief assistance.

A refugee said that upon their arrival, the families failed to secure food and power, adding that there are no groceries in the area. The refugees received only a blanket each.

The displaced families held the administration of AlShabiba Camp responsible for the forcible transfer and accused it of corruption and mistreatment.

On April 22, 2019, the local council in I’zaz city, in Aleppo’s northern outskirts, transferred, in partnership with the Turkish charity AFAD, some 80 Syrian and Palestinian families, who were displaced from southern Damascus, from AlShabiba Camp to AlBal Camp, north of Suran city.

The families said they appealed to the administration and the concerned authorities to delay their transfer pending the end of the school year. However, none of their appeals have been taken into consideration. The administration reportedly threatened to force out all those who refuse to yield in to the decision and to take away all of their personal belongings.

Located north of Suran city, in the northern countryside of Aleppo, AlBal Camp was established in April 2018 to give shelter to families displaced from Eastern AlGhouta. It is home to nearly 600 makeshift tents funded by AFAD charity and the Turkish Red Crescent.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8634