Periodic meeting of humanitarian organizations operating in the North of Syria

In the framework of the periodic meetings held by  Syrian Democratic Council with the international organizations operating in the North of Syria, the Organization Affairs Office of Syrian Democratic Council held a meeting on Sunday 1/11/2017 with all the organizations operating in the North of Syria at the headquarters of Syrian Democratic Council in Ain Issa.

The meeting was held in the presence of the head of the organization’s office Abdelkader Almohad, Said Mohammed, member of the organization’s office, in the presence of 54 humanitarian organizations.

This meeting was to evaluate the monthly work of the organizations. Some projects were submitted to the organizations for distribution to the offices in the areas that need work (Raqqa, Deir Al-Azur, Al-Tabqah and Manbij) and its villages.

Rehabilitation of the Deir al-Zour water pumping station, the construction of a camp for the displaced from the town of Deir al-Zour, the transfer of the Tuehina camp to Mahmudli, and finding quick solutions to meet the demands of displaced persons in Deir al-Zour and other areas.

As well as discussing the situation of Raqqa city  after liberation from ISIS and how to work in the city and to ensure all the services of the organizations and provide all the prerequisites for the return of civilians

The talk was to find solutions for the winter and the conditions of the displaced in the camps, especially in Ain Issa camp.

Abdel Salam Hamsourk, Director of the Office of Organizations in the Raqqa Civil Council, spoke about the suffering of the displaced people in the camp, the poor heating and the services that have become unavailable in the camp because of the lack of support provided by the organizations and the support provided by the organizations is not up to the required level.

At the end of the meeting, Hamsurk appealed to the international community and international humanitarian organizations to provide more support to meet the requirements of the refugees.



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