Idlib, Syria, May 29, 2018. Displaced children sit inside a mud hut. Internally displaced persons (IDPs) from Eastern Ghouta, who live in the "mud village" near the town of Maarratmisrin, Northern Idlib, Northern Syria, suffer from harsh humanitarian conditions due to a lack of services, medical care and food supplies. With summer approaching, village residents complained about sewage water leakage, which threatens to spread the disease. The "mud village" consists of two camps for IDPs from Eastern Ghouta and Hama, and 180 mud huts. The "mud village" was established in Maarratmisrin on Aug. 28, 2016, to receive IDPs from the cities of Palmyra and az-Zabadani, and from the Southern Aleppo countryside areas. Recently, the village received IDPs from Eastern Ghouta and Central Syria.