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Palestinian Refugees in Syria Displacement Camp Denounce Mistreatment by Aid Transfer Company

Published : 08-10-2021

Palestinian Refugees in Syria Displacement Camp Denounce Mistreatment by Aid Transfer Company

Palestinian refugees in Deraa, south of Syria, said they have been subjected to mistreatment by staffers of AlHaram company for international transfer.

Speaking with AGPS, a number of refugees said they have been forced to line up for several hours in overcrowded queues outside of the company on claims of maintenance works. 

“We have been insulted and our dignity attacked as if we were second-class citizens”, said a refugee.

Other refugees said they have been forced to wake up at the crack of dawn to receive their cash grants the Haram office in Dael town, located a distance of 15 kilometers from Deraa city.

The refugees called on UNRWA to reach out to AlHaram Company and pressurize it to take urgent measures in response to their complaints.

After more than 10 years of conflict, Palestine refugees continue to be one of the most vulnerable groups in Syria with immense humanitarian needs.

Palestinian refugees in Syria (PRS) continue to launch cries for help over their deteriorating humanitarian condition due to the sharp decrease in the exchange rate of the Syrian pound compared to the USD and their lack of access to the local labor market. The price leap has also overburdened the cash-stripped refugees. House rents have also seen a striking hike from previous years.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12288

Palestinian refugees in Deraa, south of Syria, said they have been subjected to mistreatment by staffers of AlHaram company for international transfer.

Speaking with AGPS, a number of refugees said they have been forced to line up for several hours in overcrowded queues outside of the company on claims of maintenance works. 

“We have been insulted and our dignity attacked as if we were second-class citizens”, said a refugee.

Other refugees said they have been forced to wake up at the crack of dawn to receive their cash grants the Haram office in Dael town, located a distance of 15 kilometers from Deraa city.

The refugees called on UNRWA to reach out to AlHaram Company and pressurize it to take urgent measures in response to their complaints.

After more than 10 years of conflict, Palestine refugees continue to be one of the most vulnerable groups in Syria with immense humanitarian needs.

Palestinian refugees in Syria (PRS) continue to launch cries for help over their deteriorating humanitarian condition due to the sharp decrease in the exchange rate of the Syrian pound compared to the USD and their lack of access to the local labor market. The price leap has also overburdened the cash-stripped refugees. House rents have also seen a striking hike from previous years.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12288