Random Camps That Lack Aid in Deir Ezzor Province

A brief paper that covers the humanitarian conditions in some of the IDP camps in Syria Democratic Forces held areas in Deir Ezzor province.

Note: All camps are locally named by the locals.

First: Zghair Camp:

It is located between Zghair village and Hawaij Theeban in the north of Euphrates river, that are subordinated to Al Kasra in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor. They are held by Syria Democratic Forces. It includes more than fifty tents that are resided by about 145 displaced families, most of them fled the areas that were recently captured by government forces, especially the town of Khraita and Zghair.

Zghair Camp – Date of Photo :  March 16th 2018

There are no parties that supervise the camp, nor agencies that provide basic aid, food or medicine, to the IDPs. This forces patients to go to Al Kasra hospital, which is located 15km from the camp.

Second: Hawi Al Ali Camp:

It is located in the desert of Hammar Al Ali, behind the train trail, and subordinates to Al Kasra. It is held be SDF. The camp is 1km away from the village. It has more than thirty families. Most of these families fled from Al Shumaiteyya and Al Khraita following the control of government forces.

The closest school is located 4km to the camp, and the hospital of Al Kasra is located 10km. There no aid provided to the IDPs.

Third: Al Ragheb Al Basheer Camp:

It is located in Mohemida village, Al Kasra in the north of Euphrates river, which is held by SDF.

It was named so because it is located nearby the houses of Ragheb Al Basheer families’ houses. It includes more than forty families.

Al Ragheb Al Basheer Camp – Photo Date: March 27th 2018

Most IDPs fled from Al Khraita and Al Shumaitia towns along with Zghair village that are located in the south of Euphrates river and held by government forces.

There are some private clinics in the village and the closest hospital is located 15km to the camp.

Fourth: Hawi Al Mhameeda Camp:

It is located in Mhameeda village, nearby the municipality headquarter, and it includes more than 200 families that fled from Al Mayadin city, Al Khraita town, Al Shola town, and other villages following control of government forces.

Hawi Al Mhameeda Camp – Photo Data: March 27th 2018

No aid was provided to the camp by local or international organizations and it lacks the basic services.

Hawi Al Mhameeda Camp – Photo Data: March 27th 2018

Fifth: Jazrat Albuhamid Camp:

It is a cluster of tents that are located in the village of Jazrat Albuhamid in Al Kasra sub-district in the north of Euphrates river. It is held by SDF.

Jazrat Albuhamid Camp – Photo Data: March 17th 2018

Each cluster of tents is called locally as per the nearest area to the cluster as follows:

Al anz; includes more than 450 tents that hosts about 650 families.

Al Sikka: includes more than 55 tents that host about 70 families.

Al Sawame: includes more than 40 tents that host about 70 families.

Al Aifan: includes about 30 tents that host about 40 families.

Al Rai: includes about 65 tents that host about 90 families.

Jazrat Albuhamid Camp – Photo Data: March 27th 2018

Most IDPs fled to this camp from Al Boukmal and Al Mayadin cities along with the towns of Al Ishara, Subaikhan, and Madan that are held by government forces.

Jazrat Albuhamid Camp – Photo Data: March 27th 2018

There are no parties that supervises the camp, however, some humanitarian organizations provided aid as follows;

Concern Worldwide; provided relief items and water tanks

Bahar: provided food items

ERT: is providing sterilized water to the random camps.

Most IDPs do not desire to return to their areas fearing from the reaction of government forces that control on their towns and villages. They prefer to stay despite the dire conditions and not to go back to what they call “the unknown”.

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