you fled from the last IS-a Bastion in the Syrian refugee camp, Al-Hol. But the camp is overcrowded. Thousands of sick children can only be provisionally helped.
Obeida, a year and a month old. His short life was ill-starred. He was born in Baghus, the last stronghold of the terrorist militia "Islamic state". For months there was to eat hardly anything. The locality in the Grenzgebeit to Iraq was under constant fire, before units of the Kurdish-Arab SDF-exempt, you Alliance at the end of March.
Obeida survived as by a miracle, he was stranded in a refugee camp in Al-Hol. Here, however, could not help him, the Doctors. At last the Boy was emaciated, he had a high fever and died. So it tells us a neighbor. To care for malnourished children, which requires a long breath. You need medication and specialist care, explains Sherwan Bery, head of the Kurdish Red Crescent. Just that they may be overwhelmed here.
In the refugee camp are supplied every day 700 patients, most of them are children.Many of the children in the Camp
700 patients are taken care of provide you every day in the Camp. Most of them are malnourished children. The Anstrum went on and on for months. 14 Doctors are working around the clock and can't always help. Since January, died in the Camp 225 minors. "We are trying our Best. It is an emergency situation. In the long term, we need a lot more support. Something needs to be done," says Bery.still, the dream of the Caliphate
Nobody here has expected with so many refugees from Baghus. The Al-Hol Camp is designed for about 20,000 people. Meanwhile, there are more than 75,000, alone 9000 foreigners. They lived in the last ISIS stronghold of Baghus, fled from the Fighting, Hunger and Hardship.
Nobody was expecting in the camp with so many refugees. Meanwhile, more than 75,000 people.
most of them are women and children. The fathers often sit in jail or are a fighter and leader of the terrorist militia. Many of the slopes of the militia still, they dream of the re-emergence of the Caliphate. Again and again there are outbreaks of violence between moderate and radical groups, including Kurdish Doctors and nurses will be attacked.Tough fight for food
in food are scarce, although the Situation has improved. Who has no money, for the life in the camp is hard."We are fighting for drinking water, actually everything here," says an Iraqi mother. "We suffer a lot. We need to buy food, but don't have enough money. Sometimes they distribute the bread, once it was moldy." Kids try to keep with odd jobs. Abdallah crushed chickpeas, to Humus. For 20 cents per Kilo. "I need the money. Of bread and food for the family to buy," he says.
this is Especially bad for the children in the camp who have lost their parents.
Particularly bitter it meets sick children who have lost their parents. Lama Naqshabanby care in the Camp to some of them. Currently there are 120 children. This is a difficult undertaking, especially because they were particularly vulnerable: "The worst of it is, if a child from the clinic will be dismissed, and actually, more needs to be treated. This is very tricky. We are not Doctors or nurses and not medical."
the situation in Syria
tagesschau 12:00 PM, 09.04.2019, Daniel Hechler, ARD Cairo
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