Aid to Indonesian victims
Heavy rains that began last week in Indonesia caused major floods and landslides. IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation initially delivered emergency aid to 3 thousand Indonesian victims.
Indonesians are in need of urgent aid
429 people lost their lives as a result of the tsunami that occurred following the volcanic eruption in Indonesia. IHH launched an emergency aid operation to the region, initially delivering humanitarian aid materials to 7 thousand 500 people.
6 permanent works from Turkey to Moro
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation opened 2 orphanages, 1 primary school, 1 mosque, 1 dining hall and a water well on the Mindanao Island with the participation of Murad Ebrahim, leader of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front.
A visit to IHH from Al-Hajj Murad
Moro Islamic Liberation Front Leader Al-Hajj Murad Ebrahim visited IHH Headquarters and met with IHH Executive Board Member Huseyin Oruç and IHH Board Members.
Emergency aid to 13 thousand 500 Indonesians
IHH teams that departed for the region after the earthquake and tsunami that struck Indonesia have delivered emergency aid to 11 thousand 900 earthquake victims. IHH’s second team will be departing for the region tonight.
Indonesia needs emergency aid
In addition to damage assessment operations, IHH Emergency Relief Teams that travelled to Palu, the city most affected by the disaster, following the earthquake and tsunami that struck Indonesia are continuing to distribute humanitarian aid supplies in the region.
Aid to more than 1 million Arakan people in one year
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation has delivered aid to 1 million 232 thousand Arakan Muslims who fled from the oppression and persecution that escalated in August 2017. IHH will continue its aid activities in the region.
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.