Jafra foundation for relief and youth development services team Continues its daily cleaning campaign of Yarmouk neighboring towns (Alda- Bouapla- beit sahem) southern the capital Damascus.
Jafra volunteers deport and move piles of garbage to waste containers outside the agglomeration areas, in addition to the placement of containers to collect garbage in several locations.
Jafra coordinator – southern Damascus said : The project aims primarily to meet the urgent need for public hygiene campaigns southern Damascus.
He added that these campaigns along with other activities have greatly contributed in strengthening the relationship between the people of the three towns and IDPs taking shelter there after fleeing Yarmouk refugee camp last April 2015.
The total sum of beneficiaries from the project is estimated to be about 6,000 family, including 2500 Palestinian families evicted from Yarmouk camp.
Jafra Volunteers received several messages of appreciation for their work from the local community figures there.