Displaced Syrians in "Ebad al-Rahman" camp in rural Idlib in northern Syria suffer from difficult living conditions.

Displaced people living in dilapidated tents said basic and life-saving services had been completely non-existent in the camp since they were displaced years ago.

Displaced people recalled with sadness the preparations for the holy month of Ramadan in their villages, and one displaced woman said she hoped to return to her home and village soon.

Without food and dilapidated tents receive displaced Syrians Ramadan#Al JazeeraLive | #سوريا | #Ramadan pic.twitter.com/cQ8N3CUn0B

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As 2023 approaches, Syria's internal displacement catastrophe remains the world's largest.

According to a UN report, the suffering in northern Syria has worsened with the number of displaced people reaching about two million living in more than 1400,86 camps in the northwest of the country, the majority of whom are women and children, in addition to the February earthquake causing a new internal displacement movement, which included at least <>,<>, more than half of them children.