Ain Issa: 15000 bread package are distributing in free

 The Civil Council and its subcommittees are continuing day and night to help people to be adapted with the emergency situation resulting from the fight to liberate Raqqa City and offer what can be provided to displace people living in villages and liberated towns until the city is liberated.

As a result of the wave of displacement that swept through the countryside, bread and flour became the main concern for bakeries of the Committee of Mills and Kilns in the Civil Council of Raqqa.

There are 60 bakery stores at the rate of 20 bakeries in Ain Issa Town with its villages, With its villages, as well as twenty bakeries in Karama Town with its countryside, and the large number of bakeries needs about a thousand tons of flour to secure its full production capacity, and to meet the growing need for bread because of the increasing number of residents in these three villages, The return of the people to their villages and to be welcomed In addition, there are large numbers of displaced people in the city and the southern and southern countryside of Raqqa , which in turn is subjected to indiscriminate bombardment by the terrorist ISIS , as well as militias supported by the Syrian regime’s army.

In order to secure the flour required for the operation of these bakeries, the committee of mills and bakeries has set up two mills in Ain Isa Town and seven mills in Tabqa Town in service to secure the maximum requirements of these bakeries and meet the need of villages, camps and towns from bread in a suitable prince far from the traders’ greed of crisis and the exploitation of people’s need for materials related to their daily lives in emergencies.

The Committee confirmed that they are supervising the distribution of a quantity of (3200/3500) a bundle of bread a day in Ain Issa Camp for displaced persons in free of charge in normal cases, and this number may reach (15000) a bundle in some cases of emergency situations that witnessing a great wave of collective displacement while the Commission needs to support the humanitarian organizations concerned to provide quantities of flour and the requirements of mills and bakeries to be able to provide the best services to people.


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