Findings

          The camps’ records indicate that 10366 people are living within the three camps;114 of these people have a disability. However, only twenty-five people from all camps were willing to interview. The respondents were both male and female and aged 8 to 56 years. The majority of the respondents were male, aged between 8 and 56 years. There were seven female respondents aged between 8 to 31 years. One of the significant features from all the respondents was that they had some form of disability and that the main reason for being in the refugee camp was a civil war that displaced them. After coming to the camp, they all faced a myriad of challenges. The common one is that they did not receive any essential services such as technical aids and equipment. Also, they feared for their safety at the camp. Additionally, they all felt the camps lacked adequate education. These findings call for a serious evaluation by the management to ensure that the issues raised are addressed so that the solutions are found.

Respondents  
Gender Female (8-31yrs ) Male (8-56yrs)
     
 7 18
Age 8-31yrs 8-56yrs
     

Figure 2: Chart  shows the gender and age percentages of the respondents.

Type of Impairment 
Visual 3
Speech 4
Physical mobility 15
Mental 3
   

Figure 3: Chart shows types of impairments

 The majority of the respondents were15 who had physical immobility; there were 3  who had a visual and mental disability, and there were 4  with speech impairment.

Humanitarian services that were receivedNone were received
Conditions at the refugee campThe respondents stated that there was insecurity in the camps, the camps lacked enough basic needs such as  safe shelter, technical aids, and equipment.
Are there any essential services in the refugee camp?No
What are the physical infrastructures in the campThere are minimal to none
Perception of leadership in the campThere is no proper leadership in the camp

Areas of Actions

   There were three significant challenges in the camps. There is no security in the camp, there are no technical aids and equipment, and  there is no education. Below are the actions that need to be enforced to solve the highlighted challenges.

          The first problem is safety; people with a disability feel insecure and in danger since they live in old tents. The action that has been taken to make these camps more secure and suitable was providing a portable room instead of the tents. Portable rooms are planned for the continuing purpose of being easily moved  intact from one location to another.  A worker at a camp stated that a Yemeni businessman living in the south part of Saudi is willing to help but had an issue shipping his aid over the border. After reaching out to this philanthropist to see what he had to offer, this person stated that he has a blacksmith’s workshop and has been gathering old portable rooms and repairing them at his workshop. The only issue was that he could not convince the Saudi government to send these rooms to the camps over the border. A field representative from the Government Relief Center visited the workshop and inspected these rooms. They were delivered to camps by the government military. There were twelve rooms, and each room could fit up to 10 people, and seven of them had bathrooms onboard. Those room were placed instead of the tends and all the pleople in needs were moved in these rooms. Also eldrey people and young childersn with their mothers were giving the second priority to move in to the available space in these rooms.

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Figure 4: Image of the donated portable rooms

        Secondly, there is a lack of technical aids and equipment. A letter from the Relief Center was sent to several hospitals asking for any technical aids and equipment donations. Within weeks, many assistive devices such as wheelchairs, portable toilets, walkers, canes, crutches were donated. Most of these devices were repaired at the same workshop that did the rooms and they were delivered and distributed to the camps by the relief center.

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            The last challenge many disabled people face is a lack of education in the camps. This challenge not only affects people with disability, but all the people living in these camps have not received any education at all. In responding to this issue, the relief center took the initiative and contacted the education department in the south region of Saudi and asked for their assistance. The education department agreed to print some textbooks, curriculum, and learning methods.The printing process was not free, and the Relief Center paid for the entire cost. The Relief Center documentation states that 64 school teachers  are living in these three camps, and these educational materials will be distributed. These educational materials will be distributed to each camp after determining who is willing to volunteer in the teaching process. These materials.  have many special tools and equipment which help disabled ones in reading, writing, and communicating.

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