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Residents of Daraa Camp for Palestinian Refugees Enduring Severe Water Crisis

Published : 17-06-2019

Residents of Daraa Camp for Palestinian Refugees Enduring Severe Water Crisis

The Water Company in Daraa, south of Syria, pledged to rehabilitate water networks in the next few days.

The promises were made after a number of residents of Daraa Camp showed up at the office of the director of the Water Company and updated him on the calamitous situation civilians have been facing in the area.

The delegation held local authorities responsible for the water crisis, saying water supplies have been pumped to other regions at the expense of Daraa residents.

The director promised to work out the crisis at the soonest possible time, saying a boost convertor for electrical transformers has been purchased to increase water pump pressure.

All the way through Syria’s eight-year conflict, residents of Daraa Camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Syria, have been grappling with a chronic water blackout, which has been ongoing from the time the opposition outfits seized the camp until the Syrian government forces regained control over it.

The residents have been forced to drink water spouting from contaminated artesian wells or purchasing tanks at prices of up to 1,200 Syrian Pounds.

Daraa Camp is home to over 650 displaced Palestinian families.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8779

The Water Company in Daraa, south of Syria, pledged to rehabilitate water networks in the next few days.

The promises were made after a number of residents of Daraa Camp showed up at the office of the director of the Water Company and updated him on the calamitous situation civilians have been facing in the area.

The delegation held local authorities responsible for the water crisis, saying water supplies have been pumped to other regions at the expense of Daraa residents.

The director promised to work out the crisis at the soonest possible time, saying a boost convertor for electrical transformers has been purchased to increase water pump pressure.

All the way through Syria’s eight-year conflict, residents of Daraa Camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Syria, have been grappling with a chronic water blackout, which has been ongoing from the time the opposition outfits seized the camp until the Syrian government forces regained control over it.

The residents have been forced to drink water spouting from contaminated artesian wells or purchasing tanks at prices of up to 1,200 Syrian Pounds.

Daraa Camp is home to over 650 displaced Palestinian families.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8779