GIRÊ SIPÎ–Amid lack of support for humanitarian organizations, more than 1,500 displaced people from Deir ez-Zor, living in random camps, are living with almost no living conditions.
Hundreds of displaced families from Deir ez-Zor and Bu Kamal are in the villages of al-Raqqa city as a result of shelling and continuous attacks by the regime’s forces and IS mercenaries.
And with the massive displacement of the people of Deir ez-Zor and Bu Kamal to the areas of security and stability and the inability of the Ain Issa camp to absorb large numbers of people hundreds of displaced families came to the villages al-Raqqa and set up random camps for shelter.
The number of displaced persons living in rural areas of al-Raqqa was more than 1,500 displaced persons, or more than 200 families, including 90 families residing in the village of al-Rijm al-Abyad in the Northern Raqqa countryside.
The random camps are located in the entire village of al-Raqqa, in the village of al-Rasheed, northwest of al-Raqqa, the village of al-Rajm al-Abyad, al-Sukkariyah and Qara, along the line connecting the al-Rajm al-Abyad and al-Zahra village of the Northern Raqqa countryside.
Displaced people suffer from poor living conditions, lack of basic services and basic necessities of water, electricity and food, and their assistance is limited to some of the supplies provided by the villages surrounding the camps.
The organizations ignore the consideration and support of the random camps, as they have not provided assistance to the camps so far.
In an interview with Hawar news agency, some of the refugees asked humanitarian and relief organizations to look into their situation and provide the necessary supplies, tents and resistance to cold weather in the winter.
They noted that their children are in poor health, especially with the lack of medicines and winter clothes and three children lost their lives due to cold and lack of health care.