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Displaced Palestinian Families in Jdeidat AlFadl Facing Squalid Conditions

Published : 13-07-2020

Displaced Palestinian Families in Jdeidat AlFadl Facing Squalid Conditions

Palestinian refugees displaced from Yarmouk to Jdeidat AlFadl town, in AlQuneitra province, have appealed to the Palestinian authority, political factions, and UNRWA to provide them with urgent cash and medical assistance.

The displaced families said they have been enduring squalid humanitarian condition. Their situation has been exacerbated by the lockdown slapped by the Syrian Health Ministry as part of anti-coronavirus measures following confirmed COVID-19 cases in the area.

In letters emailed to AGPS, activists said Palestinian taking shelter in Jdeidat Fadl town have not received cash and in-kind aid donated by local and international relief institutions.

Abu Mohamed, displaced from Yarmouk Camp, told AGPS that families continue to struggle for a living in the area. Several Palestinian refugees have been forced to sell their property and furniture to provide for their families and children.

A so-called Abu Yaser also slammed UNRWA and the Palestinian political factions for turning their back on the refugees’ cries for help.

On June 21, the Syrian Health Ministry ruled that Jdeidat AlFadl town be quarantined following confirmed coronavirus cases.

Unofficial data indicates that some 100 families displaced from Yarmouk Camp have sought shelter in Jdeidat AlFadl.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10368

Palestinian refugees displaced from Yarmouk to Jdeidat AlFadl town, in AlQuneitra province, have appealed to the Palestinian authority, political factions, and UNRWA to provide them with urgent cash and medical assistance.

The displaced families said they have been enduring squalid humanitarian condition. Their situation has been exacerbated by the lockdown slapped by the Syrian Health Ministry as part of anti-coronavirus measures following confirmed COVID-19 cases in the area.

In letters emailed to AGPS, activists said Palestinian taking shelter in Jdeidat Fadl town have not received cash and in-kind aid donated by local and international relief institutions.

Abu Mohamed, displaced from Yarmouk Camp, told AGPS that families continue to struggle for a living in the area. Several Palestinian refugees have been forced to sell their property and furniture to provide for their families and children.

A so-called Abu Yaser also slammed UNRWA and the Palestinian political factions for turning their back on the refugees’ cries for help.

On June 21, the Syrian Health Ministry ruled that Jdeidat AlFadl town be quarantined following confirmed coronavirus cases.

Unofficial data indicates that some 100 families displaced from Yarmouk Camp have sought shelter in Jdeidat AlFadl.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10368