Winter and the indifference of humanitarian organizations exacerbate the misery of the displaced in the Arishah camp


 The displaced of the “Al-Sadd” camp, near Arishah town, southern Hasakah, northeastern Syria, which is home to 9,000 people, suffer from the absence of the humanitarian organizations at the beginning of winter. They stated that most of the tents are worn down by the rain when the water enters them, allowing the mud to spread, Pointing out that the organizations did not offer any aid to the 9,049 displaced persons, for the winter like tents, insulation supplies, and heaters. . Displaced Syrians and Iraqi refugees living in camps of monotonous Kurdish complain about the shortage of food offered by humanitarian organizations and the difficulties of living in worn tents during the winter, most of which lack heating equipment.


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