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Homes Flooded with Rain Downpours in Syria’s Khan Dannun Camp for Palestine Refugees

Published : 18-11-2019

Homes Flooded with Rain Downpours in Syria’s Khan Dannun Camp for Palestine Refugees

Displaced families in Khan Dannun refugee camp, in Rif Dimashq, have raised concerns about the upshots of the heavy rains that swamped residential neighborhoods in an area that has been grappling with poor infrastructure and hackneyed sanitation networks.

Pictures and videos circulated on social media show dozens of homes and residential alleyways as being swamped by rain deluges.

Hundreds of displaced Palestinian families in Khan Dannun continue to launch cries for help as a freezing winter season has enveloped the region.

The residents have slammed the local municipality and UNRWA for turning their back on their frequent appeals for urgent intervention.

Living conditions in Khan Dannun have sharply deteriorated due to the lack of financial resources and high unemployment rates wrought by the raging warfare. A transportation crisis has added bad to worse.

Upon more than once occasion, civilians have railed against the mounds of trash and debris piled up in civilian neighborhoods and around the main access roads to the camp, resulting in bed smells and the spread of life-threatening diseases and rodents.

After eight years of conflict, Palestine refugees continue to be one of the most vulnerable groups in Syria with immense humanitarian needs.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9366

Displaced families in Khan Dannun refugee camp, in Rif Dimashq, have raised concerns about the upshots of the heavy rains that swamped residential neighborhoods in an area that has been grappling with poor infrastructure and hackneyed sanitation networks.

Pictures and videos circulated on social media show dozens of homes and residential alleyways as being swamped by rain deluges.

Hundreds of displaced Palestinian families in Khan Dannun continue to launch cries for help as a freezing winter season has enveloped the region.

The residents have slammed the local municipality and UNRWA for turning their back on their frequent appeals for urgent intervention.

Living conditions in Khan Dannun have sharply deteriorated due to the lack of financial resources and high unemployment rates wrought by the raging warfare. A transportation crisis has added bad to worse.

Upon more than once occasion, civilians have railed against the mounds of trash and debris piled up in civilian neighborhoods and around the main access roads to the camp, resulting in bed smells and the spread of life-threatening diseases and rodents.

After eight years of conflict, Palestine refugees continue to be one of the most vulnerable groups in Syria with immense humanitarian needs.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9366