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Civilians Launch Calls for Rehabilitation of Yarmouk Camp

Published : 13-10-2021

Civilians Launch Calls for Rehabilitation of Yarmouk Camp

Activists have called on residents of Yarmouk Camp to work on reconstructing their houses and destroyed commercial facilities.

The activists said buildings and commercial structures located in AlRija and Abu Hashish squares should be rapidly rehabilitated in order to get life back to normal in these vital areas and encourage civilians to return to the camp.

Entering its eleventh year, the Syrian warfare has had disastrous fallouts on Yarmouk Camp and other displacement camps set up across the ravaged country. In 2014, the Syrian regime cut off water in the camp, leaving hundreds of families at the risk of death.

Before the crisis started in 2011, Yarmouk was a bustling home to almost 30 percent of the Palestine refugee population in Syria. Today, the weight of displacement, hardship and the loss of loved ones add to the difficult living conditions in Yarmouk.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12311

Activists have called on residents of Yarmouk Camp to work on reconstructing their houses and destroyed commercial facilities.

The activists said buildings and commercial structures located in AlRija and Abu Hashish squares should be rapidly rehabilitated in order to get life back to normal in these vital areas and encourage civilians to return to the camp.

Entering its eleventh year, the Syrian warfare has had disastrous fallouts on Yarmouk Camp and other displacement camps set up across the ravaged country. In 2014, the Syrian regime cut off water in the camp, leaving hundreds of families at the risk of death.

Before the crisis started in 2011, Yarmouk was a bustling home to almost 30 percent of the Palestine refugee population in Syria. Today, the weight of displacement, hardship and the loss of loved ones add to the difficult living conditions in Yarmouk.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12311