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Aid delivered to 260,000 Syrians
IHH aid teams carrying out relief efforts in regions close to Syrian border extended a helping hand to 260,000 refugee families last week who are in need of help.
Syria 29.11.2013

Civilians continue to be the target of attacks carried out by the Syrian regime forces in Syria every day.
Innocent Syrians who lost their homes and families due to the ongoing bombardments in Aleppo, Damascus, Homs, Hama and Idlib are taking shelter in refugee camps in tent cities in Hatay, Kilis, Gaziantep, Şanlıurfa, Mardin and other regions close to Syrian border.

While the number of refugees in tent cities in Atma, Karameh, Sarmada, Azez and Harem regions increases every day, more than 200,000 people are giving a life struggle due to hunger, diseases and accommodation problems.

IHH teams delivered aid items including 4,100 blankets, 11,818 hygiene packages, 2,000 food packages and 500 baby packages to the people in need in emergency aid regions.

In addition to this, 160,000 loaves of bread is produced every day at the bakery in IHH Logistics Center and delivered to the inner parts of Syria.


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