With the advance of Syria’s democratic forces in Raqqa and Deir al-Zour, and the liberation of towns and villages from the grip of ISIS and the increasingly urgent wave of displacement to the areas liberated by civilians, and increase with them the requirements and needs of food and tents and medical supplies .
The largest burden is on the Ain Issa camp, which is overstretched and overcrowded despite its limited potential in cooperation with the Civil Council of AL-Raqqa. In the past two days, the displacement movement has increased, with more than 100 families arriving in one day.
Jalal Ayaf, director of Ein Issa camp, spoke about the escapees from the general ambush issued by a mercenary of ISIS in Deir al-Zour and the scourge of war, as well as displaced persons who fled the regime in the areas he controlled.
He pointed out that there were camps in Deir al-Zour (al-Mabroukat-al-Shadadi), but they preferred Ain Issa camp because all services were available.
He also appealed to humanitarian organizations to expedite the provision of ambulatory assistance until the resettlement of displaced persons and registration of them at the camp and mobile clinic until the end of the wave of displacement, and also appealed to the competent authorities on the security of the camp to increase the number of elements.