New ‘hope’ for Yemeni families
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation set up tents for 400 families that were forced to migrate to a region close to Marib due to the increasing conflict in Yemen. Almost 2.000 Yemenis benefitted from the Umut Camp Project.
Yemen 14.04.2021

IHH continues its humanitarian aid efforts without discrimination of language, religion, race or denomination. Our projects can only materialize with the support of donors, and they play a major role in improving the lives of the aggrieved and oppressed. As part of this project, IHH set up tents for 400 war victim families.

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2.000 people benefitted from the Umut Camp Project that was created for families forced to migrate to Suwayda, an area close to Marib. In order to meet the shelter needs of these families, we also provided necessities including mattresses, blankets, pillows and water tanks, and installation of the camps plumbing system. In this project, we also completed tent distribution for 100 families living in surrounding regions.

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Abdurabuh Miftah, Governor of Marib who attended the opening ceremony thanked both Turkey and IHH for their humanitarian aids in Yemen.    

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