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Displaced Palestinian Families in Syria’s Qudsaya Town Facing Abject Humanitarian Condition

Published : 05-10-2020

Displaced Palestinian Families in Syria’s Qudsaya Town Facing Abject Humanitarian Condition

Displaced Palestinian families taking shelter in the so-called “youth housing” apartments in Qudsaya town, in Rif Dimashq, have been enduring dire socio-economic conditions due to the exorbitant prices of food and non-food items along with the high rates of unemployment and acute shortage in power, water, and fuel supplies.

Civilians’ life has also been marred by the transportation crisis.

House rents in the area have hit up to 100,000 Syrian Pounds. Houseowners often stipulate an advance payment of several coming months.

At the same time, the residents continue to sound the alarm over the security turmoil overwhelming the area and the heavy deployment of political security forces across residential alleyways.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10743

Displaced Palestinian families taking shelter in the so-called “youth housing” apartments in Qudsaya town, in Rif Dimashq, have been enduring dire socio-economic conditions due to the exorbitant prices of food and non-food items along with the high rates of unemployment and acute shortage in power, water, and fuel supplies.

Civilians’ life has also been marred by the transportation crisis.

House rents in the area have hit up to 100,000 Syrian Pounds. Houseowners often stipulate an advance payment of several coming months.

At the same time, the residents continue to sound the alarm over the security turmoil overwhelming the area and the heavy deployment of political security forces across residential alleyways.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10743