The management of Mahmudli refugee camp in Tabqa countryside appealed to UNHCR and international organizations to provide the needs of more than 1,300 displaced people who fled the Turkish aggression on northern and eastern Syria, in addition to the residents of Ain Issa camp who were transferred to the camp after being targeted and burned by Turkey mercenaries.
The refugees who were forcibly displaced due to Turkish occupation's attacks on north and east of Syria have granted in Hasakah city the aid from humanitarian that sent by Başûr's residents south Kurdistan.
The Kurdish Red Crescent (KRC) Organization suffers from a shortage of medical supplies and medicines, especially with the arrival of winter and the high number of diseases in children, while the organization and through its branches throughout al-Shahba canton aims to train people to deal with emergency cases.
The co-chair of the Office for the Displaced Affairs said that the humanitarian and relief organizations supporting the Autonomous Administration 's camps are slow to respond to the winter, pointing out that there are two batches of displaced people will be evacuated from the camps within the program of return within the next few days.
Arisha district dispensary serves more than 1,200 cases per month, most of them children, and serves the residents of more than 32 villages in the neighboring countryside, which saves the residents going to private clinics.
Widespread discontent among the people of Aleppo city after the City Council took a number of unfair decisions against them, including the decision to destroy 900 buildings threatened to collapse without compensation owners.
The Kurdish Red Crescent is preparing to expand the field hospital in al-Hol camp next week by increasing the number of beds in the camp hospital and opening new sections.
In applying its provisions, Social Justice Council in Northern and Eastern Syria is based on laws that are consistent with the social justice system in AA societies and international laws, with four offices overseen by 13 members.
The threats of the Turkish occupation and its media war against the people of the north and east of Syria failed in achieving its goals, where the people of the region continues the life normally.
The medical point at Mabrouka camp plays a prominent role in providing free medical services to displaced patients and receives approximately 100 patients every day.
The number of displaced persons from the areas of Deir ez-Zor and its villages is increasing within the camps in northern and eastern Syria in general, including the Mebrooka camp. The displaced people attributed their choice to the security and stability in the camp and the large number of sleeper cells in their areas.
Afrin canton's people have changed the camps in which they live in al-Shahba canton to gardens, each tent has a small garden.
The operation of activation the Selok District Hospital was not completed after the Save the Children organization failed to provide medical equipment. The residents are demanding that the hospital be activated, while the health committee in the Gire Spi canton revealed the obstacle to the activation process.