Orient for human relief has established a camp in Idleb’s countryside for the dislocated who fled Rural Damascus. The camp has 150 tents equipped with basic necessities. Sewer system and public utilities was established by “Othman Ben Affan” foundation.
The Orient for Human Relief Foundation established a camp for displaced people after their tents were burnt down and dozens of them were displaced in early May 2017 in the northern Jisr al-Shughour countryside in Idlib province. Their camp was targeted by unmanned Missiles believed to be Russian. The camp will also receive families forcibly displaced from Eastern Damascus.
The border camps are experiencing difficult humanitarian conditions in terms of poor services and dilapidated tents and lack of support provided to them, which is limited to local institutions and organizations. All of that was accompanied by the increase of the influx of forcibly displaced people to Idlib province, where the number of arrivals reached more than /10,000/ in May alone.
Orient for Human Relief is one of the relief organization that responded to the refugees and the forcibly displaced people and their needs in “Aleppo Camp 2” after the fire that burnt their tents down. As well as the dozens of displaced families that left their homes in the cities and towns of Barza, Qaboon, and Teshreen.