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Cleansing Campaign Launched in I’zaz Camp

Published : 22-01-2019

Cleansing Campaign Launched in I’zaz Camp

Displaced families sheltered in I’zaz refugee camp, north of Syria, have embarked on a cleaning campaign in an attempt to eliminate rats and enhance hygiene in the area.

The moves comes a couple of days after Maram Foundation for Relief and Development, taking charge of the I’zaz refugee camp north of Syria, said it has reached an agreement with the displaced families to enhance their living conditions.

In a Saturday statement, Maram Foundation said practical measures will be implemented over the propagation of rats and poor hygiene in the camp. For their part, the residents pledged to clean their tents daily using kit handed over to them by the foundation.

I’zaz refugee camp, also called AlShabiba, is home to 115 displaced families and 90 persons displaced from Yarmouk Camp and southern Damascus. The list includes 300 children. 14 caravans have been set up in the camp.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8205

Displaced families sheltered in I’zaz refugee camp, north of Syria, have embarked on a cleaning campaign in an attempt to eliminate rats and enhance hygiene in the area.

The moves comes a couple of days after Maram Foundation for Relief and Development, taking charge of the I’zaz refugee camp north of Syria, said it has reached an agreement with the displaced families to enhance their living conditions.

In a Saturday statement, Maram Foundation said practical measures will be implemented over the propagation of rats and poor hygiene in the camp. For their part, the residents pledged to clean their tents daily using kit handed over to them by the foundation.

I’zaz refugee camp, also called AlShabiba, is home to 115 displaced families and 90 persons displaced from Yarmouk Camp and southern Damascus. The list includes 300 children. 14 caravans have been set up in the camp.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8205