Two large orphanages being constructed in Syria
In cooperation with Gulf countries, IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation has launched the work for the construction of two large orphanages in Succu and Semmerin region of Azez town in Syria.
Middle East, Syria, Turkey 27.05.2013

 As the war in Syria has entered its third year, innocent Syrian people who have lost their homes in the ongoing heavy bombardments in Aleppo, Hama, Idlib, Homs and Raqqacontinue to seek shelter in tent cities close to the Turkish border.

According to survey report of IHH in regions there are more than 200,000 children were orphaned due to ongoing war in the country.
Efforts are under way for the construction of two orphanage complexes which will have 200 containers. There will be a school, a health center, a dining room and a masjid in the complexes from which orphans and their families will benefit.

The establishment of 200 containers has already begun while there are plans to establish 10 orphanage complexes in upcoming months.

 

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