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Palestinian Family in Syria’s Deir Ballout Camp Sounds Distress Signals

Published : 30-09-2019

Palestinian Family in Syria’s Deir Ballout Camp Sounds Distress Signals

A Palestinian mother displaced with her children from Yarmouk Camp has been enduring an abject humanitarian situation in Deir Ballout refugee camp, in the northern Syrian region of Efrin.

The mother said she has been taking cover with her sick husband and traumatized children in an unequipped tent.

Speaking with AGPS, Ruba Amayri said she has not find any sources of livelihood in the area, adding that she failed to secure cash for treatment over painful chest disorders. Her husband also suffers from a Hepatitis C virus (HCV) and severe backaches after he was hit in an accident. The husband received treatment at a hospital in Antakya before he returned to Syria to live with his family.

Ruba’s four kids, two among whom are enrolled at Deir Ballout’s poorly-equipped school, have been going through difficult moments due to the traumatic fallouts of poverty and insecurity in the area.

The mother said she does not have cash needed to buy bread loafs for her children every day, adding that neither power nor sufficient drinking water are available in the camp.

Hundreds of displaced Palestinian families have been scattered across northern Syria, where they have been taking refuge in poorly-equipped camps, after they got displaced from their homes and shelters in the warfare.

Dozens of families displaced from Yarmouk Camp and southern Damascus have been struggling for survival in impoverished refugee camps set up north of Syria, amid a striking apathy by the Palestinian Authority, Palestinian factions, and UNRWA, among other concerned bodies.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9162

A Palestinian mother displaced with her children from Yarmouk Camp has been enduring an abject humanitarian situation in Deir Ballout refugee camp, in the northern Syrian region of Efrin.

The mother said she has been taking cover with her sick husband and traumatized children in an unequipped tent.

Speaking with AGPS, Ruba Amayri said she has not find any sources of livelihood in the area, adding that she failed to secure cash for treatment over painful chest disorders. Her husband also suffers from a Hepatitis C virus (HCV) and severe backaches after he was hit in an accident. The husband received treatment at a hospital in Antakya before he returned to Syria to live with his family.

Ruba’s four kids, two among whom are enrolled at Deir Ballout’s poorly-equipped school, have been going through difficult moments due to the traumatic fallouts of poverty and insecurity in the area.

The mother said she does not have cash needed to buy bread loafs for her children every day, adding that neither power nor sufficient drinking water are available in the camp.

Hundreds of displaced Palestinian families have been scattered across northern Syria, where they have been taking refuge in poorly-equipped camps, after they got displaced from their homes and shelters in the warfare.

Dozens of families displaced from Yarmouk Camp and southern Damascus have been struggling for survival in impoverished refugee camps set up north of Syria, amid a striking apathy by the Palestinian Authority, Palestinian factions, and UNRWA, among other concerned bodies.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9162