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AlSabina Camp for Palestinian Refugees Gripped with Insect Propagation

Published : 29-05-2019

AlSabina Camp for Palestinian Refugees Gripped with Insect Propagation

Residents of AlSabina Camp for Palestinian refugees, in Rif Dimashq, continue to rail against the swift spread of mosquitoes and insects at their homes, saying they have been forced to leave their doors and windows shut for fear of viral infections and viruses contaminating their children’s vulnerable bodies.

The residents lashed at out at the municipal staff for dragging their feet over civilians’ appeals to spray insecticides, calling on UNRWA and the Syrian authorities to take an urgent action in response.

Palestinian refugee families taking shelter in AlSabina Camp in Rif Dimashq have sounded distress signals over the poor infrastructure, water and power outages, along with the absence of health care and transportation services in the area.

The residents also continue to speak out against the mounds of debris piled up at the main entrances to the camp. The swift price leap along with the high rates of unemployment and poverty have added fuel to fire.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8696

Residents of AlSabina Camp for Palestinian refugees, in Rif Dimashq, continue to rail against the swift spread of mosquitoes and insects at their homes, saying they have been forced to leave their doors and windows shut for fear of viral infections and viruses contaminating their children’s vulnerable bodies.

The residents lashed at out at the municipal staff for dragging their feet over civilians’ appeals to spray insecticides, calling on UNRWA and the Syrian authorities to take an urgent action in response.

Palestinian refugee families taking shelter in AlSabina Camp in Rif Dimashq have sounded distress signals over the poor infrastructure, water and power outages, along with the absence of health care and transportation services in the area.

The residents also continue to speak out against the mounds of debris piled up at the main entrances to the camp. The swift price leap along with the high rates of unemployment and poverty have added fuel to fire.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8696