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Residents of Daraa Camp for Palestine Refugees Denounce Sanitation Crisis

Published : 19-09-2019

Residents of Daraa Camp for Palestine Refugees Denounce Sanitation Crisis

Palestinian families taking refuge in Daraa Camp, south of Syria, have lashed out at the local authorities for dragging their feet over the residents’ appeals for rehabilitating infrastructure and sanitation networks.

The residents said that recently local authorities carried out maintenance works allegedly to repair sanitation networks, but the situation has not gone any better.

The residents said the poor sanitation networks and improper sewage disposal, which they attributed to the frequent blackouts and inadequate maintenance works in the area, have brought about an acute damage to their health and property.

The displaced families warned of the serious repercussions of contaminated sewage and waste water which continue to flow into their refugee camp around the clock, saying serious measures should be taken with the advent of a wintery season.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9113

Palestinian families taking refuge in Daraa Camp, south of Syria, have lashed out at the local authorities for dragging their feet over the residents’ appeals for rehabilitating infrastructure and sanitation networks.

The residents said that recently local authorities carried out maintenance works allegedly to repair sanitation networks, but the situation has not gone any better.

The residents said the poor sanitation networks and improper sewage disposal, which they attributed to the frequent blackouts and inadequate maintenance works in the area, have brought about an acute damage to their health and property.

The displaced families warned of the serious repercussions of contaminated sewage and waste water which continue to flow into their refugee camp around the clock, saying serious measures should be taken with the advent of a wintery season.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9113