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6,000 Displaced Palestinian Families in Qudsaya Facing Squalid Conditions

Published : 24-09-2019

6,000 Displaced Palestinian Families in Qudsaya Facing Squalid Conditions

Some 6,000 displaced Palestinian families seeking refuge in Qudsaya town, in Rif Dimashq, after they were displaced from Yarmouk and southern Damascus towns, have launched cries for help over their exacerbated humanitarian situation due to the price hike, high unemployment rates, steep rental fees, and the decline in civilians’ purchasing power.

According to the residents, furnished homes are rented at up to 90,000 Syrian Pounds, down from less than 50,000 in previous years. Hundreds of civilians have been forced out of their rented buildings by house-owners as the latter have strived to increase rental fees.

Thousands of Palestinian families fled Yarmouk Camp in the unabated warfare due to the crackdowns perpetrated by pro-government militias.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9134

Some 6,000 displaced Palestinian families seeking refuge in Qudsaya town, in Rif Dimashq, after they were displaced from Yarmouk and southern Damascus towns, have launched cries for help over their exacerbated humanitarian situation due to the price hike, high unemployment rates, steep rental fees, and the decline in civilians’ purchasing power.

According to the residents, furnished homes are rented at up to 90,000 Syrian Pounds, down from less than 50,000 in previous years. Hundreds of civilians have been forced out of their rented buildings by house-owners as the latter have strived to increase rental fees.

Thousands of Palestinian families fled Yarmouk Camp in the unabated warfare due to the crackdowns perpetrated by pro-government militias.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9134