As a part of emergency relief aid activities IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation continues to deliver food, clothes, and basic necessities to the needy people around the world. Recently food aid was delivered to Rohingya people who are trying to survive in very difficult conditions in Bangladesh where they took refuge from the persecution in the hands of Myanmar authorities. Around 12.000 Rohingya Muslims benefited from the aid.
75.000 Rohingya Muslims in the Camp
IHH South East Asia office coordinator Münevver Hüseyin said that they are delivering periodic food aid to Kutupalong Refugee camp in order to help people who do not have any other means to survive. Hüseyin said, “We delivered food aid to our 12.000 brothers in the camp that accommodates 75.000 Rohingya Muslims in Cox's Bazaar.”
The Aid Will Continue in Ramadan
Delivery of basic food that contains rice, oil, lentil, salt, sugar and flour will continue with the donations of charitable supporters from Turkey during the month of Ramadan as well.
10.000 Rohingya Muslims Benefited
During March and April IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation had distributed food and hygiene packages to 10.000 Rohingya refugees.