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Transportation Crisis Rocks AlAyedeen Camp in Hama

Published : 23-11-2021

Transportation Crisis Rocks AlAyedeen Camp in Hama

Residents of AlAyedeen camp for Palestinian refugees, in Hama, continue to appeal to the concerned authorities to secure transportation means to give them daily lifts to their destinations and workplaces.

Students, workers, and sick people have denounced the overcrowding and unpunctuality of public means of transport, saying they have been made to wait for hours daily to reach their destinations.

Speaking to AGPS, a student said he has been struggling daily to reach AlBaath University in Hums and return to his family house in Hama.

Palestinians taking shelter in AlAyedeen Camp in Hama have been facing a deteriorating humanitarian situation as a result of the price leap, sharp shortage in fuel supplies, the frequent power blackouts, and absence of humanitarian assistance. High rates of unemployment and the security turmoil rocking the region have made the situation far more alarming.

 

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12493

Residents of AlAyedeen camp for Palestinian refugees, in Hama, continue to appeal to the concerned authorities to secure transportation means to give them daily lifts to their destinations and workplaces.

Students, workers, and sick people have denounced the overcrowding and unpunctuality of public means of transport, saying they have been made to wait for hours daily to reach their destinations.

Speaking to AGPS, a student said he has been struggling daily to reach AlBaath University in Hums and return to his family house in Hama.

Palestinians taking shelter in AlAyedeen Camp in Hama have been facing a deteriorating humanitarian situation as a result of the price leap, sharp shortage in fuel supplies, the frequent power blackouts, and absence of humanitarian assistance. High rates of unemployment and the security turmoil rocking the region have made the situation far more alarming.

 

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12493