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General Refugee Authority Urges UNRWA to Provide Emergency Food Assistance for Palestine Refugees

Published : 21-10-2019

General Refugee Authority Urges UNRWA to Provide Emergency Food Assistance for Palestine Refugees

The General Authority for Palestinian Arab Refugees (GAPAR) in Damascus has called on UNRWA to include displaced Palestinian families on lists of most vulnerable persons in Syria.

In a letter to UNRWA’s Director of Syria Operations Amanya Michael Ebye, GAPAR said Palestinian refugees in Syria continue to grapple with a tragic humanitarian situation due to food insecurity and UNRW’s reluctance to provide them with much-needed food aids.

GAPAR called for serious contacts with UNRWA department in the Jordanian capital city of Amman in order to secure the needed donations and put into effect a humanitarian assistance program for 2020.

The Syrian conflict has impacted Palestine refugees inside and outside the Syrian territories. According to UN reports, over 400,000 Palestine refugees remain in Syria, more than half of them are internally displaced, and nearly all require sustained humanitarian assistance.

The situation of thousands of Palestine refugees who fled to Lebanon and to Jordan also remains alarmingly calamitous.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9253

The General Authority for Palestinian Arab Refugees (GAPAR) in Damascus has called on UNRWA to include displaced Palestinian families on lists of most vulnerable persons in Syria.

In a letter to UNRWA’s Director of Syria Operations Amanya Michael Ebye, GAPAR said Palestinian refugees in Syria continue to grapple with a tragic humanitarian situation due to food insecurity and UNRW’s reluctance to provide them with much-needed food aids.

GAPAR called for serious contacts with UNRWA department in the Jordanian capital city of Amman in order to secure the needed donations and put into effect a humanitarian assistance program for 2020.

The Syrian conflict has impacted Palestine refugees inside and outside the Syrian territories. According to UN reports, over 400,000 Palestine refugees remain in Syria, more than half of them are internally displaced, and nearly all require sustained humanitarian assistance.

The situation of thousands of Palestine refugees who fled to Lebanon and to Jordan also remains alarmingly calamitous.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9253