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Palestinian Refugee Student Assists Displaced Family in Jordan

Published : 23-08-2020

Palestinian Refugee Student Assists Displaced Family in Jordan

A Palestinian refugee student has provided a displaced family from Syria in Jordan with a much-needed sum of money to pay rental fees.

The cash-stripped family has been on the verge of homelessness in Jordan. Farah, a student at the Faculty of Medicine, paid a visit to the family in Amman and gave them part of her stash which she saved for education fees.

Sometime earlier, Palestinian refugee Abu Abdul Rahman, displaced from Syria’s Yarmouk Camp, said his family has been struggling for survival in Amman due to difficulties in accessing the local labor market and absence of relief assistance. 

The family has been unable to provide for themselves and pay power/water bills. Abu Abdul Rahman’s health condition has deteriorated as a result of cardiovascular disorders and the pressure he has been undergoing to secure a livelihood for his family.

The refugee added that the house owner ordered him to either pay the bills and rental charges of the past three months or else to immediately evacuate the building. He said UNRWA has turned its back on his cry for help.

More than 2 million Palestine refugees registered with UNRWA live in Jordan.

There are ten recognized Palestine refugee camps throughout the country, which accommodate nearly 370,000 Palestine refugees. Jordan hosts the largest number of Palestine refugees of all of the UNWRA fields.

The majority of Palestine refugees have sought humanitarian assistance in Jordan, where they continue to suffer from abject poverty and live in a precarious legal status.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10554

A Palestinian refugee student has provided a displaced family from Syria in Jordan with a much-needed sum of money to pay rental fees.

The cash-stripped family has been on the verge of homelessness in Jordan. Farah, a student at the Faculty of Medicine, paid a visit to the family in Amman and gave them part of her stash which she saved for education fees.

Sometime earlier, Palestinian refugee Abu Abdul Rahman, displaced from Syria’s Yarmouk Camp, said his family has been struggling for survival in Amman due to difficulties in accessing the local labor market and absence of relief assistance. 

The family has been unable to provide for themselves and pay power/water bills. Abu Abdul Rahman’s health condition has deteriorated as a result of cardiovascular disorders and the pressure he has been undergoing to secure a livelihood for his family.

The refugee added that the house owner ordered him to either pay the bills and rental charges of the past three months or else to immediately evacuate the building. He said UNRWA has turned its back on his cry for help.

More than 2 million Palestine refugees registered with UNRWA live in Jordan.

There are ten recognized Palestine refugee camps throughout the country, which accommodate nearly 370,000 Palestine refugees. Jordan hosts the largest number of Palestine refugees of all of the UNWRA fields.

The majority of Palestine refugees have sought humanitarian assistance in Jordan, where they continue to suffer from abject poverty and live in a precarious legal status.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10554