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Humanitarian Condition Exacerbated by Transportation Crisis in AlNeirab Camp for Palestinian Refugees

Published : 01-11-2021

Humanitarian Condition Exacerbated by Transportation Crisis in AlNeirab Camp for Palestinian Refugees

Students and parents at AlNeirab Camp for Palestinian refugees, in Aleppo, continue to appeal to the concerned authorities to secure transportation means to give daily lifts to the local university due to overcrowding and unpunctuality in public means of transport.

The residents called for the need to secure buses to transfer students to and back from their academic institutions, saying schoolchildren and students have been forced to pay twice the tariff imposed by local authorities. 

Bus drivers reportedly sell fuel bought to operate their vehicles at the black market at a price of up to 3,000 Syrian pounds a liter after buying it at a price of no more than 500.

Palestinian refugee families taking shelter in AlNeirab Camp continue to sound distress signals over the high rates of unemployment, water and power outages, along with the absence of health care and vital items, particularly fuel and gas.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12398

Students and parents at AlNeirab Camp for Palestinian refugees, in Aleppo, continue to appeal to the concerned authorities to secure transportation means to give daily lifts to the local university due to overcrowding and unpunctuality in public means of transport.

The residents called for the need to secure buses to transfer students to and back from their academic institutions, saying schoolchildren and students have been forced to pay twice the tariff imposed by local authorities. 

Bus drivers reportedly sell fuel bought to operate their vehicles at the black market at a price of up to 3,000 Syrian pounds a liter after buying it at a price of no more than 500.

Palestinian refugee families taking shelter in AlNeirab Camp continue to sound distress signals over the high rates of unemployment, water and power outages, along with the absence of health care and vital items, particularly fuel and gas.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12398