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Recent Evacuations from El-Waer

1441 civilians are evacuated from el-Waer, Hums to Zogharah refugee camp located in Jarablus. IHH teams, who welcomed the evacuees at El Bab, handed out emergency aid kits to them.

IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation transferred the civilians that are recently evacuated from el-Waer of Hums as a result of the agreement between the opposition and Asad regime to safe zone after meeting them at ground zero.

Bread, water, biscuits, baby diapers, and food hampers were handed out to three hundred and sixty families including five hundred forty four children who came by forty-one buses. While the injured were transferred by ambulance, evacuated families were settled in Zoghara camp in Jarablus. 


Three Thousand Civilians Expected  

First two groups of civilians who had to flee Waer during the evacuations that started in March had been taken to the camps set up in Jarablus of Aleppo. While the third group is taken to the temporary shelters in Idlib countryside, fourth and fifth group of civilians have been settled in Zoghara refugee camp in Jarablus.

So far over twelve thousand civilians had to flee Waer which had suffered a long siege and attack by regime forces. In the upcoming weeks evacuation of three thousand more civilians is planned.


IHH Helping Syria for Years

IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation continuously carries out relief and humanitarian diplomacy efforts in Syria since the terrible events started. In this regard IHH recently welcomed two thousand and five hundred and twenty evacuated civilians who arrived from Madaya and Zabadani with sixtyone buses.



Humanitarian Diplomacy Kategorisine Son Eklenen Haberler

A letter of thanks to Turkey and IHH from Moro
Following the signing of the Bangsamoro Organic Law by the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, Al Haj Murad Ebrahim, member of the Moro Peace Process Monitoring Committee, thanked IHH for their contributions.
Pakistani Islamic scholar paid IHH a visit
Taki al-Osmani, who is considered as one of the greatest Islamic scholars of our time, came to IHH’s headquarters and was informed about our foundation’s activities.
Visit from Minister Kurtulmuş to IHH in Bangladesh
Minister of Culture and Tourism Numan Kurtulmuş and his accompanying team visited the Coordination Center, which IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation has opened in Bangladesh after the Arakan crisis, to get information about the work.


  • Campaign against drugs in Bosnia
    IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation and Alliance of International Doctors (AID) will be launching a Campaign Against Drug Abuse Project in Bosnia.
  • A village from Amasya to the Arakan people
    Amasya IHH Humanitarian Relief Association built a village consisting of bamboo homes to accommodate one thousand people in the Arakan camps in Bangladesh.
  • Aid to Yemeni cancer and dialysis patients
    IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation provided 3 month food and medication needs of 234 cancer and dialysis patients in Sana’a, the capital of Yemen.
  • Aid Trucks Departed for Idlib
    IHH launched an emergency aid campaign for the region following the recent attacks on Idlib. This campaign was launched by sending 20 trucks carrying humanitarian aid to Syria from Kazlıçeşme Square.
  • Braiding both hair and hearts
    A group of women taking action in social media has launched “Braiding both hair and hearts” Project for the orphan children in Syria with the support of IHH. Girls who lost their mothers in war, had their hair braided for the first time.