The Autonomous Administration of north and east of Syria estimated the number of forcibly displaced people from Serê Kaniyê / Ras Al-Ain and Girî spî / Tall Abyad after the Turkish attack on them since 9 of October this year with 300 thousand displaced people
The majority of people in these areas have been displaced to safe cities run by the Autonomous Administration such as Hasakah, Raqqa, Tabqa and their countryside, some of them are staying with relatives and acquaintances and others in mosques, schools and other public facilities.
Due to these conditions experienced by the displaced people, and after the international community failed to pressure Turkey to return to their homes, Autonomous Administration started to set up two camps in Al-Tuwaina in al-Hasakah countryside and Tal al-Saman countryside in Raqqa.
The administration is working to establish the camps with the available means, said the joint head of the Social Affairs and Labor Authority Jihan Mohammed.
The Autonomous Administration of north and east of Syria supervises 14 camps for displaced people distributed over the geography of north and east of Syria. It is home of about 117,000 displaced and refugee Iraqis, according to recent statistics from the Office of IDP Affairs in the AA.
The The Autonomous Administration moved the residents of Al-Mabrouka camp to Al-Arisha camp and Ein Isa camp to Al-Mahmudli camp after these camps were targeted by the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries with artillery shells.
These camps are suffering from a shortage of services after the suspension of humanitarian organizations, and administration is trying to fill this shortage within the available possibilities of water, bread, blankets and health services through the Kurdish Red Crescent.
In this regard, the co-chair of the Social Affairs and Labor Authority Jihan Mohammed called on all humanitarian organizations to return and provide their services, especially health, with the approaching winter and the need for medical support for the many diseases during this season.
It is worth mentioning that most of the humanitarian organizations operating in the north and east of Syria suspended their work after the Turkish attack on the north and east of Syria.