IHH aids Turkmen families
IHH teams, distributed food parcels to a thousand Turkmen families who are living in harsh conditions that had to escape from the province Salahaddin and take refuge in Kirkuk.
Syria 25.08.2014

IHH teams distributed food parcels to a thousand Turkmen families who are living in harsh conditions that had to escape from the province Salahaddin and take refuge in Kirkuk.

IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation continues to heal the wounds in Iraq with the support of charitable donors.

IHH is continuing on with their humanitarian aid work for one million civilians who have migrated and have become refugees after the clashes in different regions of the country due to ISIS led armed groups taking control of some cities like Mosul and Tikrit.

ONE MONTH SUPPLY OF FOOD AID 

So far IHH has aided Iraq with 20 humanitarian aid trucks, and now they have distributed a thousand families in Dahuk, Erbil and Kirkuk who have escaped from the conflict a month supply of food.

IRAQI TURKMENS CALL FOR HELP

Iraqi Turkmen Solidarity and Development Association official Vahbi Bez said that after the conflict that began in Iraq, IHH provided humanitarian assistance to seven thousand families in Kirkuk. Bez said that people are still fleeing from the conflict zones in Iraq and also mentioned that in the region as well as food supplies they need bedding, blankets and tents in the area.

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