The killing on Tuesday adopted an armed assault on a well being facility in the camp, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) mentioned on Thursday.
Imran Riza, the UN resident and humanitarian coordinator for Syria, and Muhannad Hadi, the UN Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Syria Crisis, “condemned the abhorrent incident and the ongoing violence.”
“On behalf of the entire humanitarian community in Syria, the two senior UN officials expressed condolences to the family, friends, and colleagues of the victim,” OCHA reported.
Neither the id of the sufferer nor the precise circumstances of the slaying had been instantly obtainable, Xinhua news company reported.
“They also called on all parties with influence to ensure appropriate security measures to allow humanitarian assistance to continue to be delivered in a safe and effective manner,” the workplace mentioned.
The camp in northeast Syria “continues to see a significant decline in the rule of law and increased violence among residents, with a range of appalling attacks reported,” the workplace added. This is the primary demise in al-Hol of an aid worker or resident this 12 months.
In 2021, 89 Syrian and Iraqi camp residents, together with one humanitarian worker, had been killed, OCHA mentioned. The camp is the biggest for refugees and internally displaced individuals in Syria, with round 56,000 individuals, over half of whom are underneath 18 years.
OCHA added that humanitarian staff stopped operations for 2 days to evaluation security protocols due to the slaying.
“The UN and other humanitarian organisations remain committed to mobilising and delivering regular life-saving and essential aid to al-Hol,” the workplace mentioned.
“But their work can only be effective when steps are taken to address persistent safety issues.”
Camp residents in al-Hol “need dignified, informed, and durable solutions to their displacement,” OCHA added.
“The UN reiterates its call for all responsible parties to take urgent and meaningful action to resolve this issue and uphold the rights, dignity and humanity of each individual living in al-Hol.”