In this report, Amnesty International examines the denial of key economic and social rights of internally displaced persons living in displacement camps, as the most vulnerable within the displacement community. The report examines their day-to-day lives in relation to their rights to access to housing, water and sanitation, and health and the approach of donors and humanitarian organizations’ in addressing those needs. Finally, our findings illustrate the vital role that the UN cross-border aid mechanism has played in ensuring an effective humanitarian response in the area since 2014 and the very real concerns around its sustenance.
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