Aid for 10,000 Yemeni families
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation distributed food, bread, blankets and coats in Yemen, where the crisis still continues. 10 thousand families benefited from this aid.
Yemen 24.02.2020

The problem continues in Yemen, where the most violent humanitarian crisis in the world takes place. 80 percent of the country is in need of humanitarian aid to survive. Families are being displaced due to increasing disorder. IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation continues its humanitarian aid activities in Yemen in 2020 too. In this context, IHH has realized 5 different projects in Yemen. IHH, with the support of donators, has distributed food packets, water, bread, blankets and coats to 10 thousand Yemeni families.

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3,300 food packets, 152 tanks of water, 40,850 loaves of bread, 1,840 blankets, and 1,390 coats were distributed in Taiz, Cevf and Marib cities of Yemen.

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IHH teams will also set up tents for 100 families who were forced to migrate from Sana.

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Yemeni people are waiting for support

Those who want to support the Yemeni people via donation can donate 5 TL by typing YEMEN and sending it as an SMS to 3072. Those who want to make more donations can make donations via online donation on IHH's website or through IHH's bank account numbers by typing YEMEN on the description.

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