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UNRWA Delegation Shows Up in Handarat Camp for Palestinian Refugees

Published : 19-08-2019

UNRWA Delegation Shows Up in Handarat Camp for Palestinian Refugees

Director of UNRWA operations in Aleppo Mohamed Shreitah and director of the General Authority for Palestinian Refugees, Ahmed Ibrahim, popped in Handarat refugee camp in Aleppo to keep tabs on the condition of power and water networks in the camp.

Palestinian refugees in Handarat Camp have been grappling with dire conditions due to the acute dearth in drinking-water supplies and breakdowns in local power networks.

Sometime earlier, a memorandum handed over by the General Authority for Palestinian Arab Refugees to the Director-General of Aleppo’s Water Supply and Sewerage Company called for an urgent response to the crisis and for the rehabilitation of water networks to Palestinian returnees.

Massive destruction wrought on the camp by Syria’s bloody warfare led to the deportation of hundreds of civilians from their homes in Handarat on April 27, 2013.

According to data by the General Authority for Palestinian Arab Refugees, some 8,000 Palestinian refugees used to take shelter in Handarat Camp.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9008

Director of UNRWA operations in Aleppo Mohamed Shreitah and director of the General Authority for Palestinian Refugees, Ahmed Ibrahim, popped in Handarat refugee camp in Aleppo to keep tabs on the condition of power and water networks in the camp.

Palestinian refugees in Handarat Camp have been grappling with dire conditions due to the acute dearth in drinking-water supplies and breakdowns in local power networks.

Sometime earlier, a memorandum handed over by the General Authority for Palestinian Arab Refugees to the Director-General of Aleppo’s Water Supply and Sewerage Company called for an urgent response to the crisis and for the rehabilitation of water networks to Palestinian returnees.

Massive destruction wrought on the camp by Syria’s bloody warfare led to the deportation of hundreds of civilians from their homes in Handarat on April 27, 2013.

According to data by the General Authority for Palestinian Arab Refugees, some 8,000 Palestinian refugees used to take shelter in Handarat Camp.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9008