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Palestinians from Syria in Jordan Slam UNRWA’s Apathy

Published : 01-06-2019

Palestinians from Syria in Jordan Slam UNRWA’s Apathy

Palestinian refugees from Syria in Jordan continue to rail against the reluctance maintained by UNRWA regarding their cries for help.

A relief activist said the cash aids provided by the agency do not meet the refugees’ demands, leaving refugee families struggling for survival in the midst of a dire socio-economic and humanitarian situation caused by high rates of unemployment and extreme poverty.

Over recent months, displaced Palestinian families from Syria joined a series of vigils staged outside of the UNRWA office in the Jordanian capital city of Amman, protesting the agency’s cut of vital services and urging it to shell out its monthly allowances so as to help the refugees pay their rental fees and other charges, including power and water bills.

The refugees further call for enhancing vital services, particularly education and healthcare, and for increasing relief aids.

Some 17,000 Palestinian refugees from Syria have sought shelter in Jordan, fleeing war-ragged Syria. They have been enduring abject living conditions as a result of the high rates of unemployment and lack of access to the local labor market.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8710

Palestinian refugees from Syria in Jordan continue to rail against the reluctance maintained by UNRWA regarding their cries for help.

A relief activist said the cash aids provided by the agency do not meet the refugees’ demands, leaving refugee families struggling for survival in the midst of a dire socio-economic and humanitarian situation caused by high rates of unemployment and extreme poverty.

Over recent months, displaced Palestinian families from Syria joined a series of vigils staged outside of the UNRWA office in the Jordanian capital city of Amman, protesting the agency’s cut of vital services and urging it to shell out its monthly allowances so as to help the refugees pay their rental fees and other charges, including power and water bills.

The refugees further call for enhancing vital services, particularly education and healthcare, and for increasing relief aids.

Some 17,000 Palestinian refugees from Syria have sought shelter in Jordan, fleeing war-ragged Syria. They have been enduring abject living conditions as a result of the high rates of unemployment and lack of access to the local labor market.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8710