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Damage Assessment of Nahr al-Bared Palestinian Refugee Camp PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 14 August 2007

UN Relief Agency Update on Nahr al-Bared
UN Relief Agency Update on Nahr al-Bared

This map presents a current damage assessment for the Palestinian refugee camp, Nahr al-Bared and surrounding vicinity. Damage sites have been classified according to basic type (e.g. buildings, fields, bridges, etc.) as well as by the interpreted level of damage visible in the available conflict satellite imagery (e.g. destroyed, severe damage, etc.). Demolition zones marked on this map represent urban areas likely to have been cleared to facilitate the movement of heavy artillery and/or tanks into forward positions of combat. All analysis has been done using photo-interpretation of pre and post-conflict satellite imagery recorded 9 July 2005, 1 July 2007 & 2 August 2007 respectively.

This damage assessment was done on behalf of UNDP.

With the exception of public UN sources, reproduction or redistribution of the above text, in whole, part or in any form, requires the prior consent of the original source.

  • Date: 08 Aug 2007
  • Source(s): UNOSAT
  • Type: Complex Emergency
  • Keyword(s): Damage Assessment; Refugees; Satellite Imagery; Conflict
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