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6,000 Palestinian Families in Qudsaya Enduring Dire Conditions

Published : 24-03-2017

6,000 Palestinian Families in Qudsaya Enduring Dire Conditions

Palestinian families seeking refuge in Qudsaya town, in Rif Dimashq, have launched cries for help over their exacerbated situation due to the price hike, high unemployment rates, steep rental fees, and the decline in civilians’ purchasing power.

The tough cordon imposed by the government forces on the main thoroughfares linking Qudsaya to Damascus city center has added bad to worse, preventing civilians from fetching much-needed bread loafs and fuel supplies.

Qudsaya is home to thousands of families who had mostly been displaced from besieged Yarmouk Camp.

Short URL : http://actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4891

Palestinian families seeking refuge in Qudsaya town, in Rif Dimashq, have launched cries for help over their exacerbated situation due to the price hike, high unemployment rates, steep rental fees, and the decline in civilians’ purchasing power.

The tough cordon imposed by the government forces on the main thoroughfares linking Qudsaya to Damascus city center has added bad to worse, preventing civilians from fetching much-needed bread loafs and fuel supplies.

Qudsaya is home to thousands of families who had mostly been displaced from besieged Yarmouk Camp.

Short URL : http://actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4891