Permanent Works for Niger
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation laid the foundation of the Musab Bin Umayr Imam Hatip Primary School and Bilal-I Habashi Mosque in the Balbali village in Niamey, the capital of Niger.
Niger 16.03.2021

In addition to humanitarian aid efforts all over the world, IHH continues to be a ray of hope for the aggrieved with its permanent works. In this scope, IHH is constructing permanent works for people in various geographies that are deprived of education and worship facilities.

The foundation of the Musab Bin Umayr Primary School was laid for students who have been receiving education under extremely difficult conditions. The school will serve 100 students with one administration room, 2 classes and 4 toilets.

Additionally, IHH also laid the foundations of the 100m2 Billal-I Habashi Mosque that will come with 3 toilets/washrooms and the Osman Bin Affan water well for the local people. 10.000 people living in the region will benefit from the water well.

IHH General Secretary Durmuş Aydın and IHH team that attended the ceremony dug the first soil for the foundation, accompanied by prayers.      

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The projects that their foundations laid will be completed sixth months after and start to provide service.

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