Housing Complexes

In North-Western Syria

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Since the urgent shelter process provides only the minimum amount of roofed space and the necessary material aid, the stricken family often has to look for alternative means to increase or improve the roofed area available to them, which prompted many IDPs to try to improve the displacement environment by converting their tents into cement rooms. Additionally, some humanitarian organizations and donors built several housing complexes. Considering that these complexes began to turn into new cities and towns, it was necessary to conduct a study clarifying the nature of these complexes in terms of location, construction, law, and population.

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