IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation has launched a new project to assist the eastern Anatolian and southeastern Anatolian provinces who have been leftout with aid due to clashes.
The aid has been distributed to the Sur district of Diyarbakir region, Nusaybin district of Marin, and to the Cizre and Silopi districts of Sirnak province, in particular to those who have had to evacuate their homes and take refuge with relatives. The aid delivered included but was not limited to bread distribution, food supplies, water, beds, linen, blankets, coal for heating, baby diapers and food as well as hygiene packs.
In Cizre, so far 60,000 lira worth of aid has been provided as well as a bread distribution from three bakeries as well as food packs distributed from three different markets.
As well as financial aid, goat meat from 20 goats have also been provided to those in need. Firewood and coal was also given for 65 families. Nearly 700 families were given 6 tonnes of potato as well as 17,000 bread loaves.
Sur is also another district of Diyarbakir that is currently under curfew. Here, 350 beds, 400 linen packs, 150 food packs, 100 blankets, 150 hygience packs, 100 baby diapers, 25 electrical heaters, 150 baby biscuit packs, 240 crates of water bottles were distributed. A further 400 linen packs as well as 1,000 food packs, 400 blankets and 500 hygiene packs will also be distributed.
Nusaybin and Dargect districts of Mardin are also under curfew. Four hundred beds, 400 linen packs, 750 food packs and 250 hygiene packs have also been distributed here.