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Transportation Crisis Ongoing in Khan Dannun Camp for Palestinian Refugees

Published : 18-06-2019

Transportation Crisis Ongoing in Khan Dannun Camp for Palestinian Refugees

A transportation crisis has been rocking Khan Dannun Camp since the outburst of the Syrian warfare.

Reporting from Khan Dannun shelter, located some 23 kilometers away from southern Damascus, AGPS news correspondent said civilians’ access out of and into the area has almost been blocked. Workers and students have had difficulties getting to their workplaces and universities.

Khan Dannun residents have spoken out against the steep and unfixed transportation fees, often devouring up to a quarter of their salaries. Civilians are often forced to catch another means of transportation as bus drivers change the lines, stops, and fees quite unpredictably. Others have found no other way-out than to walk for thousands of meters in order to reach their workplaces.

AGPS reporter quoted Khan Dannun residents as appealing to the concerned authorities and Palestinian factions to show up in the shelter so as to keep tabs on the daily suffering inflicted by the transportation issue and work out the crisis at the soonest time possible.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8783

A transportation crisis has been rocking Khan Dannun Camp since the outburst of the Syrian warfare.

Reporting from Khan Dannun shelter, located some 23 kilometers away from southern Damascus, AGPS news correspondent said civilians’ access out of and into the area has almost been blocked. Workers and students have had difficulties getting to their workplaces and universities.

Khan Dannun residents have spoken out against the steep and unfixed transportation fees, often devouring up to a quarter of their salaries. Civilians are often forced to catch another means of transportation as bus drivers change the lines, stops, and fees quite unpredictably. Others have found no other way-out than to walk for thousands of meters in order to reach their workplaces.

AGPS reporter quoted Khan Dannun residents as appealing to the concerned authorities and Palestinian factions to show up in the shelter so as to keep tabs on the daily suffering inflicted by the transportation issue and work out the crisis at the soonest time possible.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8783