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Response Coordinators: Rising temperatures increase the suffering of people in displacement camps in north Syria

The Syria Response Coordinator Team said that temperatures are still rising, casting shadows on the camps for the displaced in northwestern Syria.

The team added that rising temperatures increase the ongoing suffering of the displaced, amid poor humanitarian conditions facing the displaced in the camps due to the significant weakness in humanitarian response operations within the camps.

The team warned in dealing with cooking stoves and gas cylinders or the occurrence of a short circuit in lighting materials, which causes fires, especially that the camps have witnessed more than 93 fires since the beginning of this year, the last of which was in Talmans camp in the northern Idlib countryside.

The team called on humanitarian organizations to urgently assume their humanitarian and moral responsibility towards the displaced people in the camps in northwest Syria, which are inhabited by more than a million civilians, in the face of the temperatures by increasing humanitarian activities and securing many basic necessities for the displaced to face the rising temperature in the region.

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