3 million people waiting for help
Idlib, a refuge for millions of people who escaped from the conflict, is experiencing difficult times. While threats to the region are continuing, the problems of nutrition and housing are increasing.
The people of Idlib await your support. Increasing threats, food shortages, and diseases can cause hundreds of thousands of people to come back on track.
5 million Syrians had to leave their homes.
After starting with the demands for reform, the humanitarian value in Syria, which has been transformed into the arena of global reckoning after the intervention of international forces, is growing. In the battle where 500,000 people lost their lives, 2 million people were disabled and 5 million people were abandoned in the battle.
Now 3 million people living in Idlib face a new crisis. Most refugee families who are struggling to meet their daily food needs need basic living materials like hygiene, food, flour, and tents.
IHH's aid continues.
More than 150 people live in the 6 containers and 27 tent cities established by the IHH, which continues its work in Syria with 10 coordination centers. IHH, which provided 61 bakeries, 30 kitchens, and catering services for refugees, provided aid to Syrian refugees between 2012 and 2018 in the amount of 360.605.013 dollars.
What can I do?
You may be able to support the IHH's work, which will provide basic living materials to the region, at the amount you want from the top of the page.