2020 Orphan Report
Although there are now many government and non-government institutions for children who are deprived of parental care, it is known that there are hundreds of thousands of children who are waiting for help. The number of orphans and abandoned children in the world is increasing day by day due to natural or man-made causes. While it is not possible to prevent children from becoming orphans and vulnerable, so much can be done to reduce factors causing orphanhood.
The current study is designed to draw attention to the plight of orphans and unprotected children that make up the most fragile members of society, and to shed a light on the global situation of orphans from different perspectives.
IHH Annual Report 2018
Since IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation was established in 1992, we have continued to operate with the aim of delivering humanitarian aid to people who are struck by disaster and hardships due to causes such as war, natural disasters and to those who are the victims of oppression, and preventing the isolation of their basic human rights.
War Victims Orphans
The United Nations (UN) data shows that the increasingly rampant events such as wars, natural disasters, plagues, social chaos, economic problems and unlawful intercourses have led to the number of the world’s orphan1 to surpassed 140 million in 2015. Taking into account that 2.2 out of 7.6 billion of the world population4 consists of children, it is estimated that 6.5% of the total number of children in the world are orphans.
In this report, the physical, psychological, social, economic and educational problems that orphans go through will be elaborated and some recommendations on how to solve the problems will be provided.
IHH Annual Report 2017
Since IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation was established in 1992, we have continued to operate with
the aim of delivering humanitarian aid to people who are struck by disaster and hardships due to causes such as war, natural disasters and to those who are the victims of oppression, and preventing the isolation of their basic human rights.
IHH Annual Report 2016
As IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation, we have been working for the last 25 years to
provide the humanitarian aid that is needed by people in dire straits, who are faced with
disaster, victimized in a war, or a natural disaster, or who have experienced violence and
are working towards preventing the violation of fundamental rights and freedoms of these
people anywhere in the world.
Cataract that are usually seen in the elderly and cause blindness when not treated is common due to age, poor nutrition, long-term exposure to the sun, and eye trauma in Africa. Cataract affects a significant segment of Africa, especially in the Saharan countries.
İHH Annual Report 2015
Our foundation which is delivering aid across five continents, in 135 countries and territories regardless of race, religion and denomination since 1992, has three main areas of operation: humanitarian relief, human rights and human diplomacy. As IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation we also are preparing reports on impending catastrophes, conflicts and wars in order to raise awareness and develop common ideas for solutions and run campaigns to prevent crisis.
Syria Report 2014
The crisis in Syria that begun in March of 2011 resulted in the death of over 200,000 people and displaced millions more; this crisis still continues today. This report focuses on the humanitarian aspect of the Syria crisis and IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation’s relief activities in the region and in Syria since the crisis started in 2011 up until today.