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Displaced Palestinian Families in Northern Syria Push for Urgent Humanitarian Action

Published : 13-06-2020

Displaced Palestinian Families in Northern Syria Push for Urgent Humanitarian Action

Hundreds of Palestinian refugees displaced from southern Damascus and the refugee camps of Khan Eshieh, Yarmouk, and Deraa to displacement camps set up in northern Syria have appealed to the national and international humanitarian organizations to take up their responsibilities regarding their squalid humanitarian condition.

The refugees have called on UNRWA to take urgent measures so as to supply them with much-needed fuel food and non-food items and to strike partnerships with international organizations in order to deliver cash grants to the vulnerable families.

They further appealed to the Palestinian Authority and the Palestine Liberation Organization to pressurize the Syrian and Turkish authorities to work on alleviating the economic hardship endured by the displaced families.

Several Palestinian families who were forcibly deported to northern Syria are crammed into over-crowded camps where neither power nor water supplies are available. High rates of unemployment and lack of relief assistance have made the situation far worse for the displaced families.

According to data by the Commission of Palestinians of Syria for Relief and Development, as many as 1,488 Palestinian families have been sheltered in the northern Syrian regions of Idlib, Efrin, and Aleppo’s suburbs. The largest number of families are taking refuge in Idlib.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10228

Hundreds of Palestinian refugees displaced from southern Damascus and the refugee camps of Khan Eshieh, Yarmouk, and Deraa to displacement camps set up in northern Syria have appealed to the national and international humanitarian organizations to take up their responsibilities regarding their squalid humanitarian condition.

The refugees have called on UNRWA to take urgent measures so as to supply them with much-needed fuel food and non-food items and to strike partnerships with international organizations in order to deliver cash grants to the vulnerable families.

They further appealed to the Palestinian Authority and the Palestine Liberation Organization to pressurize the Syrian and Turkish authorities to work on alleviating the economic hardship endured by the displaced families.

Several Palestinian families who were forcibly deported to northern Syria are crammed into over-crowded camps where neither power nor water supplies are available. High rates of unemployment and lack of relief assistance have made the situation far worse for the displaced families.

According to data by the Commission of Palestinians of Syria for Relief and Development, as many as 1,488 Palestinian families have been sheltered in the northern Syrian regions of Idlib, Efrin, and Aleppo’s suburbs. The largest number of families are taking refuge in Idlib.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10228