The situation of the displaced in northern Syria
What has not been hidden from the world’s eyes are those images that come from the camps in northwest Syria every winter, where the place that the displaced have taken refuge turns into a swamp in which their tents are drowned, leaving dozens of families in a miserable condition searching for a new shelter.
from a beneficial season into a terrifying nightmare that haunts them day and night on an arduous journey to secure warmth in those tents throughout its difficult months.
Winter didn’t turn out so horribly for the displaced until after they suffered from living in camps that lack the most necessities of life.
It is not the only hardship faced by IDPs nowadays, as there are more ferocious conditions, such as livelihoods that became very difficult to secure.
This economic hardship came in parallel with the depreciation of the Turkish lira globally, which has become a common currency there, and the outlandish rise in prices, especially basic items such as food and fuel, as the daily wage of the worker became insufficient.