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Alarm Bells Raised after Palestinian Refugee’s Health Takes Turn for Worse North of Syria

Published : 31-07-2019

Alarm Bells Raised after Palestinian Refugee’s Health Takes Turn for Worse North of Syria

Palestinian refugee Khalil Ahmad Hawari appealed to the concerned parties and human rights institutions to broker his medical referral to Turkey due to the poor healthcare services north of Syria.

Last month, Hawari, displaced from Yarmouk Camp to Deir Ballout refuge camp, north of Syria, was subjected to a venomous insect sting and was transferred to an under-equipped clinic in northern Syria.

Activists said medics could not provide him with the needed treatment and drugs as they failed to carry out precise medical diagnoses. His health condition is reportedly deteriorating.

Hawari appealed to the international organizations and the Palestine Embassy in Turkey along with the UNHCR and the Conference of Palestinians in Turkey to take urgent action so as to save him before it is too late.

Nearly 600 displaced families, among them 325 Palestinian families, have been struggling for survival in the poorly-equipped Deir Ballout Camp, after they were forced out of Yarmouk Camp and southern Damascus towns.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8928

Palestinian refugee Khalil Ahmad Hawari appealed to the concerned parties and human rights institutions to broker his medical referral to Turkey due to the poor healthcare services north of Syria.

Last month, Hawari, displaced from Yarmouk Camp to Deir Ballout refuge camp, north of Syria, was subjected to a venomous insect sting and was transferred to an under-equipped clinic in northern Syria.

Activists said medics could not provide him with the needed treatment and drugs as they failed to carry out precise medical diagnoses. His health condition is reportedly deteriorating.

Hawari appealed to the international organizations and the Palestine Embassy in Turkey along with the UNHCR and the Conference of Palestinians in Turkey to take urgent action so as to save him before it is too late.

Nearly 600 displaced families, among them 325 Palestinian families, have been struggling for survival in the poorly-equipped Deir Ballout Camp, after they were forced out of Yarmouk Camp and southern Damascus towns.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8928