Raqqan migrants who have forcibly migrated due to the practices of ISIS gangs in the region remain in Ayn Issa Camp.
There are now 3,000 migrants staying at Ayn Issa Camp. Only the Gire Spi Autonomous Administration and some regional organizations are helping migrants with limited resources.
Migrants who pay for their travel expenses by selling all their goods to get rid of ISIS gangs by reaching safe zones are now unable to afford the costs of their children.
Xelil Ehmed, 26, said the migrant camp had difficulties in meeting the food and other needs due to the inadequacy of opportunities. “We have only water and bread, and the camp administration committee gives it to us,” he said.
Al-Xebdan called on the UN and international human rights organizations to meet their needs.
The number of migrants arriving to the camp increases day by day, with an average of 150-200 migrants per day.