Syria- Despite Dire Humanitarian Conditions in the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria’ camps, Displaced people Insist on Coming
Washokani camp for Ras al-Ayn and Tell Abyad’s displaced people 21/09/2020
The influx of migrants in Syria is on the rise, fleeing towards the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria areas as clashes stoke in various areas. Areas held by the Autonomous Administration are safer compared to other areas, housing more than 120 displaced people. There are 15 camps, 6 of which are in Upper Mesopotamia (al-Jazira), while the rest of which are dispersed among al-Tabqah, Raqqa, and Deir ez-Zor. Not to mention tens of random camps, dispersed around the area, which aren’t run by the organization and deemed illegal or unofficial. These unofficial camps house more than 8000 people living in dire humanitarian conditions. Humanitarian aid is only being supplied to specific camps such as Al-Hawl, Rouge, and Al-Arishah in the in Upper Mesopotamia (aal-Jazira). Non-profit organizations sometimes deliver humanitarian aid to theses camps, while some other camps haven’t received any help.