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Ain Issa camp under microscope

From oppression to bloodshed and from destruction to the harshness of life, poverty and disease. This is the case of refugees who have been forced to leave their homes and jobs, because of the ongoing war and the continued asylum, whenever a region is liberated from the clutches of terrorism.

In spite of the large size of the camp, it does not allow for large waves of displacement, especially the group of young people fleeing from the recruitment of daesh, as well the arrival of a large wave of displacement from the surrounding schools in the area of ​​Ain Issa, so the campers asked to expand it, and the subject is still being studied by the concerned authorities. So, to accommodate the largest possible number of displaced people because the camp is now full of refugees and reached more than 10,000 people. There is no place to accommodate these huge numbers.

The camp of Martyr Aziz, which is in the south of Ain Issa, needs to be equipped to help contain these large numbers. The camp staff also provide facilities for humanitarian organizations to provide assistance to the displaced, while carrying out the necessary legal procedures, including re-licensing.

The facility also provides transit passage for refugees whose destination is through “Al-Mukhtar” and the permit is available within 48 hours.

Those who have lost their family books or identity card during the war, are also providing their ID card inside the camp to receive aid.

So that there is a great lack of assistance, especially for the children who witnessed the scourge of war and did not live their childhood, as well as for women, in addition to there is a very large shortage of medical staff, medicines and teachers.

As the new school year began, school bags were distributed to children, and clothes were distributed to women and children, but they were not enough. Eid al-Adha is still in their hands and children are still missing the Eid celebration.

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