As the tragedy and humanitarian disaster continue in the "the death mini-state…" 465 people die since the beginning of this year in al-Hol camp, mostly children • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

As the tragedy and humanitarian disaster continue in the “the death mini-state…” 465 people die since the beginning of this year in al-Hol camp, mostly children

Death continues to claim lives of more people within the “al-Hol mini-state” located northeast of al-Hasaka province, in light of the disastrous conditions that cast their shadows on the medical side within al-Hol camp, in addition to the inaction of all international parties in providing support to find a solution to the humanitarian disaster in the “death” camp, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the death of 56 new people as a result of the poor health and living conditions, lack of medicines and food, and the severe shortage of medical care, due to the inaction of international organizations, raising to 465 the number of people who died since the start of January 2019 until the night of the now, including 416 children under the age of eighteen, in a continuation for the death chain in the camp, which is suffering difficult humanitarian conditions after being transformed into a small state with mostly children and women members of the “Islamic” Organization, and reliable sources from inside the camp confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that the people in the camp are suffering mainly from the lack of medical supplies and health care, in addition to the decrease of food and lack of movements by the international organizations, and the absence of some others about what is happening in al-Hool camp, in which the daily problems are starting to worsen, and the SOHR published on Saturday, that the humanitarian situation in al-Hool camp in the northeast of al-Hasaka continues to decline, where the great number of people who were displaced in recent months to the camp prevented the local and international relief and medical agencies from continuously providing all the requirements of tens of thousands of people living in al-Hool camp which has been transformed into a statelet due to the massive wave of displacement.

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