Aid delivered to camps in Syria
Teams from IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation have delivered relief to Syrians living in refugee camps in Syria.
Middle East, Syria, Turkey 13.02.2013

IHH teams distributed blankets, dry legumes and potatoes to Syrians who fled the ongoing violence in their country and have taken refuge in camps close to Turkish border.

Aid campaigns, launched under the leadership of IHH across Turkey, continue to yield fruits.

Aid items, which were sent to oppressed people of Syria, have been delivered to the Syrians in need by the IHH’sHatay desk.

Teams from IHH’s Hatay desk have recently delivered aid items to three refugee camps where a total of 20,000 Syrians live.

IHH teams delivered 1,500 blankets, 12 tons of potatoes, 500 kilograms of dry legumes and 200 liters of cooking oil to the Syrians in Atma, Qah and Qarame refugee camps.

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