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Displaced Palestinian Refugees North of Syria Appeal for Urgent Intervention by UNRWA

Published : 24-12-2018

Displaced Palestinian Refugees North of Syria Appeal for Urgent Intervention by UNRWA

Dozens of displaced Palestinians who were forcibly deported to northern Syria urged UNRWA to hand them much-needed humanitarian aids with the advent of a freezing winter season.

In appeals emailed to AGPS, the refugees expressed their deep concern over the fate of their children in light of the apathy maintained by URNWA and other human rights institutions.

The refugees called on UNRWA to hand them over cash and in-kind aids given by donor parties and to reach out to displaced families in opposition-held zones.

A Palestinian refugee said the displaced families have been subjected to exhaustive crackdowns and intensive inspection on their way to government-run zones to receive aids.

UNRWA stipulates that all family members aged 18 and above show up at distribution centers in order to receive their allotted aids.

The situation has gone far worse in Deir Ballout and AlMuhammadiya refugee camps, north of Syria, following a river flood that rocked Afrin area.

Nearly 600 displaced families, among them 325 Palestinian families, have been struggling for survival in the poorly-equipped Deir Ballout Camp, after they were forced out of Yarmouk Camp and southern Damascus towns.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8081

Dozens of displaced Palestinians who were forcibly deported to northern Syria urged UNRWA to hand them much-needed humanitarian aids with the advent of a freezing winter season.

In appeals emailed to AGPS, the refugees expressed their deep concern over the fate of their children in light of the apathy maintained by URNWA and other human rights institutions.

The refugees called on UNRWA to hand them over cash and in-kind aids given by donor parties and to reach out to displaced families in opposition-held zones.

A Palestinian refugee said the displaced families have been subjected to exhaustive crackdowns and intensive inspection on their way to government-run zones to receive aids.

UNRWA stipulates that all family members aged 18 and above show up at distribution centers in order to receive their allotted aids.

The situation has gone far worse in Deir Ballout and AlMuhammadiya refugee camps, north of Syria, following a river flood that rocked Afrin area.

Nearly 600 displaced families, among them 325 Palestinian families, have been struggling for survival in the poorly-equipped Deir Ballout Camp, after they were forced out of Yarmouk Camp and southern Damascus towns.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8081