Aleppo, Syria, Jan. 24, 2019. Residents of the al-Shabiba camp in Azaz, Aleppo, Northern Syria, complain about the camp's mismanagement and poor sanitation and food services. The camp hosts dozens of families who were displaced from Iraq and the Yarmouk Camp for Palestinian refugees south of Damascus. The camp's food store secretary, Anwar Hussein, said that the camp has about 20 large tents where women and men live separately. The families from the Yarmouk Camp were displaced to Northern Syria after the Syrian government forces destroyed the Yarmouk Camp, killing and injuring dozens of people. The Syrian government moved Islamic State members from the Yarmouk Camp to the eastern al-Suwayda countryside in Southern Syria. Characters by appearance: 1 - A displaced woman who introduced herself as Umm Muhammad. 2 - A displaced man who introduced himself as Abu Hamza. 3 - The displaced man Mohammed Abu Siam. 4 - The camp's food store secretary, Anwar Hussein.