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Humanitarian Situation Gets Worse in Syria’s Khan Eshieh Camp for Palestinian Refugees

Published : 05-12-2019

Humanitarian Situation Gets Worse in Syria’s Khan Eshieh Camp for Palestinian Refugees

Palestinian families taking refuge in Khan Eshieh camp, in Rif Dimashq, have been struggling with squalid humanitarian conditions inflicted by the eight-year long warfare.

Civilians said the cost of living index in the area is eight times higher than the pre-war period. Prices have seen a 1000% leap, overburdening even further the cash-stripped families.

Unemployment rates have also seen an unprecedented increase among Khan Eshieh residents, resulting in growing poverty rates.

Over recent years, most of the families have depended on aids sporadically given by UNRWA and other charities to pay rental fees and purchase much-needed items.

The displaced Palestinian families also continue to denounce the apathy maintained by local authorities as regards their calls for clearing the mounds of trash piled up across residential alleyways.

Frequent outages in power/water and telecommunications networks have made the  situation more alarming.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9439

Palestinian families taking refuge in Khan Eshieh camp, in Rif Dimashq, have been struggling with squalid humanitarian conditions inflicted by the eight-year long warfare.

Civilians said the cost of living index in the area is eight times higher than the pre-war period. Prices have seen a 1000% leap, overburdening even further the cash-stripped families.

Unemployment rates have also seen an unprecedented increase among Khan Eshieh residents, resulting in growing poverty rates.

Over recent years, most of the families have depended on aids sporadically given by UNRWA and other charities to pay rental fees and purchase much-needed items.

The displaced Palestinian families also continue to denounce the apathy maintained by local authorities as regards their calls for clearing the mounds of trash piled up across residential alleyways.

Frequent outages in power/water and telecommunications networks have made the  situation more alarming.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9439