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Daraa Camp for Palestinian Refugees Gripped With Poor Hygiene due to Trash Mounds

Published : 30-06-2019

Daraa Camp for Palestinian Refugees Gripped With Poor Hygiene due to Trash Mounds

Residents of Daraa Camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Syria, continue to rail against the mounds of trash and debris piled up in civilian neighborhoods and around the main access roads to the camp, resulting in bed smells and the spread of life-threatening diseases and rodents.

Local activists and civilians lashed out at the concerned authorities for dragging their feet over the exacerbated situation in the area, calling them to urgently step in and work on removing debris and trash without further delay.

Over recent years, UNRWA clinics and health centers have gone out of operation in the government-held Daraa Camp, exacerbating the health conditions of hundreds of displaced Palestinians taking refuge in the area.

Founded in 1950-1951, Daraa Camp is home to over 650 displaced Palestinian families. As many as 4,500 families used to take shelter in the camp prior to the outbreak of the conflict in 2011.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8834

Residents of Daraa Camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Syria, continue to rail against the mounds of trash and debris piled up in civilian neighborhoods and around the main access roads to the camp, resulting in bed smells and the spread of life-threatening diseases and rodents.

Local activists and civilians lashed out at the concerned authorities for dragging their feet over the exacerbated situation in the area, calling them to urgently step in and work on removing debris and trash without further delay.

Over recent years, UNRWA clinics and health centers have gone out of operation in the government-held Daraa Camp, exacerbating the health conditions of hundreds of displaced Palestinians taking refuge in the area.

Founded in 1950-1951, Daraa Camp is home to over 650 displaced Palestinian families. As many as 4,500 families used to take shelter in the camp prior to the outbreak of the conflict in 2011.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8834