Iraq – Displaced of Harsham camp reject to evacuate the camps without shelter concerning risks

18

Displaced women from the Mosul and Sinjar districts in Harsham camp, Kurdistan region rejected to return to their homes due to the destruction of their houses and lack of security. Human Rights Watch has previously described the reluctance of residents due to the inability to reintegrate families who spent years in the camps in Iraq to be able to start a new life, besides the current method of forcing people out of the camps without supplying them with food, shelter, and security over 24 hours, will increase their vulnerability. The displaced women called the Iraqi authorities to ensure that the families whose homes were destroyed be provided with financial means to rent a house, help them rebuild their homes, and ensure that families who are unable not pay for food, water, electricity, and other essential facilities to be obtained all for free.

Contact Our Sales Department for Video Without our Logo: Newsdesk@a24na.com
You might also like

Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.