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Residents of Deraa Camp Denounce Bread Dearth

Published : 16-09-2020

Residents of Deraa Camp Denounce Bread Dearth

Residents of Deraa camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Syria, spoke out against the acute shortage in bread.

The residents said they have been forced to walk for several kilometers to fetch bread for their starved children as the local bakery has been damaged in the warfare.

Long queues are also spotted daily outside of the state-owned bakery, located a few kilometers away from the camp, as members of extended families continue to line up for bread.

Daraa Camp for Palestinian refugees has been grappling with abject conditions as a result of the fallouts of the military operation launched by the Syrian government forces in mid-June 2018 using internationally-prohibited weapons in an attempt to recapture the area. Over 70% of civilian homes and property were destroyed.

An acute shortage in medicines and much-needed items has made life unbearable in the area.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10660

Residents of Deraa camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Syria, spoke out against the acute shortage in bread.

The residents said they have been forced to walk for several kilometers to fetch bread for their starved children as the local bakery has been damaged in the warfare.

Long queues are also spotted daily outside of the state-owned bakery, located a few kilometers away from the camp, as members of extended families continue to line up for bread.

Daraa Camp for Palestinian refugees has been grappling with abject conditions as a result of the fallouts of the military operation launched by the Syrian government forces in mid-June 2018 using internationally-prohibited weapons in an attempt to recapture the area. Over 70% of civilian homes and property were destroyed.

An acute shortage in medicines and much-needed items has made life unbearable in the area.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10660