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Trash Mounds Piled Up in Jaramana Camp for Palestinian Refugees

Published : 13-07-2019

Trash Mounds Piled Up in Jaramana Camp for Palestinian Refugees

Residents of Jaramana Camp for Palestinian refugees, in Rif Dimashq, continue to rail against the mounds of trash accumulated across civilian neighborhoods and around the main access roads to the camp, resulting in bed smells and the spread of life-threatening diseases and rodents.

Recently, live photos from the camp showed trash mounds being piled up across residential alleyways.

Local activists and civilians lashed out at the concerned authorities for dragging their feet over the exacerbated situation in the area, calling them to urgently step in and work on removing trash without further delay.

Over recent years, residents of Jaramana Camp, located a few kilometers away from central Damascus, have set off alarm bells over the lack of basic services and dire socio-economic conditions rocking the area as a result of the steep rental fees, high rates of unemployment, and price hike.

The acute water crisis has made the situation far worse. Civilians say that as a result of the dearth in drinking water they have been forced to purchase water from privately-owned tanks at extremely high prices.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8892

Residents of Jaramana Camp for Palestinian refugees, in Rif Dimashq, continue to rail against the mounds of trash accumulated across civilian neighborhoods and around the main access roads to the camp, resulting in bed smells and the spread of life-threatening diseases and rodents.

Recently, live photos from the camp showed trash mounds being piled up across residential alleyways.

Local activists and civilians lashed out at the concerned authorities for dragging their feet over the exacerbated situation in the area, calling them to urgently step in and work on removing trash without further delay.

Over recent years, residents of Jaramana Camp, located a few kilometers away from central Damascus, have set off alarm bells over the lack of basic services and dire socio-economic conditions rocking the area as a result of the steep rental fees, high rates of unemployment, and price hike.

The acute water crisis has made the situation far worse. Civilians say that as a result of the dearth in drinking water they have been forced to purchase water from privately-owned tanks at extremely high prices.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8892