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Humanitarian Situation in AlHusainiya Camp Exacerbated by Power Crisis

Published : 12-11-2021

Humanitarian Situation in AlHusainiya Camp Exacerbated by Power Crisis

Residents of AlHusainiya refugee camp, in Rif Dimashq, continue to rail against the frequent power blackouts in the camp, saying electricity cuts last for up to 23 hours running. 

Speaking with AGPS, a woman said food items preserved for winter have perished as refrigerators have gone out of operation.

The refugees lashed out at the concerned authorities over their apathy regarding the acute dearth in drinking water. Civilians continue to line up in long queues for hours to purchase water from mobile tanks at exorbitant prices. 

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/12446

Residents of AlHusainiya refugee camp, in Rif Dimashq, continue to rail against the frequent power blackouts in the camp, saying electricity cuts last for up to 23 hours running. 

Speaking with AGPS, a woman said food items preserved for winter have perished as refrigerators have gone out of operation.

The refugees lashed out at the concerned authorities over their apathy regarding the acute dearth in drinking water. Civilians continue to line up in long queues for hours to purchase water from mobile tanks at exorbitant prices. 

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/12446