The Assistance Coordination Unit said that more than 2,910 households in the IDP camps in northwestern Syria are living without shelter.
The report covered 458 IDP camps in 24 sub-districts distributed in the provinces of Aleppo and Idlib, pointing out that 646,341 people live in these camps.
The report indicated that only 20 percent of the concrete rooms have concrete roofs, while 33 percent lack waterproof insulation, with five percent of the rooms built of clay.
According to the report, at least 106 prefabs need waterproof insulation, while 25 percent of the tents need floor plastic sheets, 38 percent need waterproof insulation, eight percent need maintenance, and seven percent need to be replaced.
The report also indicated that 42 percent of the camps lack paved roads, while 165 camps lack adequate sanitation and drainage systems.
The report also indicated that as many as 151 households live in their vehicles due to the lack of tents, while eight households live in the open.
The Unit called on the humanitarian organizations to urgently provide tents and heating equipment for the IDPs as the report showed that 84 percent of the IDP camps did not receive heating equipment last winter. (Source: SOC’s Media Department)