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Displaced Palestinian Refugees Struggling for Survival in Idlib’s AlJazira Camp

Published : 19-07-2020

Displaced Palestinian Refugees Struggling for Survival in Idlib’s AlJazira Camp

Some 30 Palestinian families displaced from Yarmouk Camp, AlTadhamun neighborhood, and AlGhouta, in Damascus, continue to sound distress signals over the dire humanitarian situation they have been enduring in AlJazeera Camp, in Atama, in Idlib, near the Turkish borders.

The situation has been characterized by an acute dearth in financial resources, relief aid, and vital services. The residents said no initiatives have been launched by the Palestinian Authority and UNRWA, among other concerned institutions, to assuage the crisis.

The displaced families lashed out at URNWA over its apathy regarding their appeals for much-needed financial and in-kind aid, saying they have been unrecognized by the UN agency despite the fact they own a white registration card.

The families called on the international community to pressurize UNRWA to live up to its mandate and work on providing the refugees’ with the legal, moral, and physical protection which they are quite urgently in need of.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10398

Some 30 Palestinian families displaced from Yarmouk Camp, AlTadhamun neighborhood, and AlGhouta, in Damascus, continue to sound distress signals over the dire humanitarian situation they have been enduring in AlJazeera Camp, in Atama, in Idlib, near the Turkish borders.

The situation has been characterized by an acute dearth in financial resources, relief aid, and vital services. The residents said no initiatives have been launched by the Palestinian Authority and UNRWA, among other concerned institutions, to assuage the crisis.

The displaced families lashed out at URNWA over its apathy regarding their appeals for much-needed financial and in-kind aid, saying they have been unrecognized by the UN agency despite the fact they own a white registration card.

The families called on the international community to pressurize UNRWA to live up to its mandate and work on providing the refugees’ with the legal, moral, and physical protection which they are quite urgently in need of.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10398