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This sheet provides background information on the camps in the Syrian Democratic Forces/SDF-controlled areas, as we publish this paper parallel with a special report on Ain Issa Camp and the most significant challenges that face the camp residents as well as their most important needs with the arrival of winter. First: The al-Haul Camp Al-Haul Camp, east of al-Hasakeh city, is 45 miles away, and the camp actually follows the town of al-Haul, which administratively follows al-Hasakeh province . In early 1991, at the time of...
Preface: Parallel  to the increase in the number of displaced persons fleeing military operations in  Deir ez-Zur [1]province, the humanitarian situation in al-Shaddadi Camp in south of al-Hasakah city, has worsened. Moreover, many of them are suffering from a significant shortage of foodstuffs as well as lack of drinking water and ill medical situation. However, according to STJ reporter, as at November 19, 2017, the number of displaced persons reached around 55 thousand, besides 1700 displaced people staying outside the camp, whom later increased to (2200), without any tents to shelter...
Preface: Thousands of displaced persons in Ain Issa Camp, about 55 km north of Ar-Raqqa city, are still suffering very difficult humanitarian conditions owing to the lack of basic services provided to them, such as shortages of foodstuffs and poor medical status. According to a Syrians for Truth and Justice/STJ reporter, dozens of families did flock, and are still, daily to the camp, fleeing the military operations that Deir ez-Zur[1] province witnessed and has been witnessing against the organization of the Islamic State or as it is known as ISIS