In a statement on Sunday, the team confirmed that the damage caused by rainfall had returned to camps in northern Syria, across all areas.
The team explained that the initial damage had been recorded in 24 camps, which are inhabited by thousands of displaced families. This latest damage comes on top of previous damage suffered from rainfall two weeks earlier.
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The statement noted that the region had not seen any real response to the humanitarian disaster in the camps for displaced persons in the liberated areas.
In its statement, the group called on all humanitarian actors to coordinate efforts, establish a regional database of those affected, establish a rapid mechanism to compensate for overall damages and work towards novel solutions to end that suffering that has persisted for over ten years now.
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