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Palestinian Refugees Call for Increase of UNRWA Aid

Published : 29-07-2020

Palestinian Refugees Call for Increase of UNRWA Aid

UNRWA provides assistance to over 438,000 registered Palestinian refugees in Syria. Some 13,500 others remain in hard-to-reach or inaccessible zones in northern Syria.

The assistance includes cash and in-kind items. Throughout the conflict, the Agency endeavored to protect the right and dignity of refugees and the integrity and continuity of its services. This necessitated important adjustments in its emergency operations to protect the provision of vital assistance to the most vulnerable Palestine refugees in and outside Syria.

However, the sharp decrease in the exchange rate of the Syrian pound compared to the USD and PRS lack of access to the local labor market have made UNRWA’s assistance quite insufficient, especially for vulnerable families, families with members with special needs, and female-headed households.

The price leap has also overburdened the cash-stripped refugees.

House rents have also seen a striking leap from previous years.

The refugees continue to urge UNRWA and all other concerned parties to increase financial aids, help the displaced families return to their refugee camps, and provide much-needed relief services for Palestine refugees.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10443

UNRWA provides assistance to over 438,000 registered Palestinian refugees in Syria. Some 13,500 others remain in hard-to-reach or inaccessible zones in northern Syria.

The assistance includes cash and in-kind items. Throughout the conflict, the Agency endeavored to protect the right and dignity of refugees and the integrity and continuity of its services. This necessitated important adjustments in its emergency operations to protect the provision of vital assistance to the most vulnerable Palestine refugees in and outside Syria.

However, the sharp decrease in the exchange rate of the Syrian pound compared to the USD and PRS lack of access to the local labor market have made UNRWA’s assistance quite insufficient, especially for vulnerable families, families with members with special needs, and female-headed households.

The price leap has also overburdened the cash-stripped refugees.

House rents have also seen a striking leap from previous years.

The refugees continue to urge UNRWA and all other concerned parties to increase financial aids, help the displaced families return to their refugee camps, and provide much-needed relief services for Palestine refugees.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10443