In Syria’s six years long conflict the civilian has affected the most. According to official figures, more than 400,000 people have lost their lives, 1.5 million people living in more than 20 regions of the country cannot get help. Especially, the children, women and old people are trying to continue their lives with the risk of death, due to starvation.
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation has given hope to the oppressed people of Syria by collaborating with various institutions since the break of the conflict.
With this aim, IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation and Kuwait Red Crescent sent 15 aid trucks consisting of 10 thousand baby packs and 10 thousand hygiene packages to Syria's Idlib through Cilvegozu Border Gate in Reyhanli district of Hatay
Aid to reach Aleppo evacuees
Speaking before the departure, IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation Gulf states representative Vakar Necmettin, said they are trying to meet the needs of Syrian families by providing aid.
15 trucks consisting of 10 thousand baby packs and 10 thousand cleaning packs were sent for distribution to Syrian families in the rural villages of Idlib. Noting that they had been evacuated from Aleppo and sent to the villages, Necmettin said that the aid would continue.
Khalid al Mutairi, the Kuwait Red Crescent Emergency Relief Officer, said, "It is certain that this assistance will cover a very small part of the need, but hopefully this is the beginning of our great aid work. I intend that these efforts will continue to grow."