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Closer by Qurban

IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation has launched Qurbani Aid Campaign mobilizing all of its teams in Turkey and abroad. IHH teams will slaughter the Qurbani animals in 95 countries and regions in the

Thanks to the donations of the charitable people from Turkey and abroad, IHH sees no limits in good deeds. From Middle East to Africa, Balkans to Far East, Central Asia to Latin America in 94 countries around the world and in 60 cities of Turkey, IHH will make smile the orphans, helpless and the needy people by the Qurbani Aid Campaign. To take the donations entrusted to IHH to their real owners, IHH teams will set off to help the people in where hit by poverty, wars and natural disasters, that the fundation considers this as a primary duty of itself.

IHH teams will travel all around, in order to slaughter the Qurbani animals in the different parts of the world. The teams will visit countries including Mozambique -one of the remotest parts of Africa, Nepal -the authentic country of Central Asia, South African countries where Muslims are minorities and the refugee camps in Arakan, to bring the Qurbani donations of the charitable people to the helpless and poor. IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation which is discharging the Qurbani by being the proxy of the donators, set the donation cost 190$ or 140€.

Africa is waiting for your Qurbani donations

IHH gives priority to refugee camps, victims of wars and natural disasters, orphanages, the old, people without a family, widows, the poor, schools and hospitals and sacrifices the donated Qurbani animals for these people and places in particular. Besides, the donated Qurbanis will also be mostly slaughtered in East Africa where hit by a severe drought this year and will be delivered to the African people who are struggling against hunger.

IHH will also join Qurban joy in Anatolia

Launching its Qurbani aid campaign with the slogan of “Closer by Qurban” to celebrate the Eid al-Adha together with millions of Muslims in dozens of countries and regions, IHH will sacrifice animals also in 60 Turkish provinces and experience the Eid joy with Anatolian people. On the occasion of the Eid al-Adha, IHH teams which have been sharing the joy and the sadness with the Anatolian people, will caress the children’s hair and kiss on the elders on the hand.

Feelings of solidarity will be strengthened

Hoping to become a ray of hope for the people, the foundation embraces the people in need with love. In taking the fresh meat of the Qurbani animals to the people in need, IHH aims to establish a bridge of brotherhood among societies and strengthen feelings of sharing and solidarity among Muslims.

IHH to conduct field studies

Teams of good deeds who will travel across the world on the occasion of the Eid al-Adha will not only take the fresh meat to their sisters and brothers who are eagerly waiting for them but they will also support them by improving their living conditions by various projects. In the regions they travel for the Eid al-Adha, IHH teams will conduct field studies to launch projects such as construction of mosques, masjids, education centers and children’s parks, open water wells and offer vocational training courses in an attempt to address the needs of the people living in that particular region.

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