Aid delivered to Syrians who fled massacre in Idlib, Aleppo and Hama
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation and a Kuwait-based aid organization have taken food to Syrian refugee camps.
Middle East, Syria 06.03.2013

IHH continues to take relief to Syrian people in cooperation with international aid organizations.

IHH and Kuwait-based Shaykh Abdullah Al-Nouri Charity Society have taken food relief to Syrians who fled the violence in their country and have taken refuge in camps close to Turkey.

IHH also took relief to the inner parts of Syria where Syrian Armed Forces continues to carry out attacks. The foundation continues to take aid to refugee camps regularly.

A total of 1,150 food packages have been taken to refugee camps in Idlib, Aleppo and Hama.
Teams from IHH Hatay Crisis Desk and officials from the Kuwaiti organization delivered the aid packages which included honey, cheese, olives, canned meat, chicken and fish to the Syrians.

In the meantime, Syrians continue to flock to refugee camps due to attacks from air and land.
Around 10,000 Syrians have taken refuge in Turkish border over the past two weeks.

 

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