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AlHusainiya Camp for Palestinian Refugees Gripped with Power Crisis

Published : 10-10-2021

AlHusainiya Camp for Palestinian Refugees Gripped with Power Crisis

Palestinian refugees in AlHusainiya Camp, in Rif Dimashq, continue to denounce the chronic power blackouts rocking the area, saying power has been cut across a number of residential neighborhoods for over 20 hours daily.

In the best of cases, power is operated every six hours for a one-hour time-span.

Civilians slammed the apathy maintained by the concerned authorities as regards their appeals for urgent action, saying power distribution has been manipulated by the local emergency response office which obliges civilians to pay money before showing up in the area for maintenance works.

They further expressed concern over the uncontrolled explosion of power cables, resulting in electricity-borne threats.

Over recent years, residents of AlHusainiya camp have denounced the absence of vital services in the area. The transportation crisis, price leap, absence of relief assistance and healthcare, power and water crises, and high rates of unemployment have made survival quite difficult for dozens of displaced Palestinian families.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12299

Palestinian refugees in AlHusainiya Camp, in Rif Dimashq, continue to denounce the chronic power blackouts rocking the area, saying power has been cut across a number of residential neighborhoods for over 20 hours daily.

In the best of cases, power is operated every six hours for a one-hour time-span.

Civilians slammed the apathy maintained by the concerned authorities as regards their appeals for urgent action, saying power distribution has been manipulated by the local emergency response office which obliges civilians to pay money before showing up in the area for maintenance works.

They further expressed concern over the uncontrolled explosion of power cables, resulting in electricity-borne threats.

Over recent years, residents of AlHusainiya camp have denounced the absence of vital services in the area. The transportation crisis, price leap, absence of relief assistance and healthcare, power and water crises, and high rates of unemployment have made survival quite difficult for dozens of displaced Palestinian families.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12299