Ongoing demographic change | Palestinian association constructs residential compounds for displaced Syrian and Palestinian people in Afrin • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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Ongoing demographic change | Palestinian association constructs residential compounds for displaced Syrian and Palestinian people in Afrin

Aleppo province: In the light of the ongoing demographic change in Afrin which is under the control of Turkish forces and their proxy factions, an association of 48 Palestinians “Wafaa Al-Mohsenin charity” has over the past few days completed the first phase of construction of “residential compounds” to house displaced persons in Afrin whose inhabitants were displaced during Olive Branch operation carried out by Turkish forces and their proxy factions.

These “residential compounds” are located near Kafr Safrah, in Jendires district, in Afrin countryside, north-west of Aleppo.

According to SOHR activists, the Palestinian association handed over 34 housing units to displaced Syrian and Palestinian people after the completion of the first phase.

Each housing unit consists of two rooms, a kitchen, and a bathroom.

Residential compounds include 250 houses with complete infrastructure, a school, a mosque, and shops.

According to SOHR sources, these residential compounds were built at the foot of Jabal “Hajj Muhammad” after forest trees were felled and several displaced people from Damascus were settled.

Meanwhile, the construction is continuing in its second phase. In the second phase of construction, it is scheduled to build 80 housing units with the support of the Omani people.