IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation
Bombs hit, winter freezes Syria
Syrian people are in need of accommodation and warm clothes.
Middle East, Syria, Turkey 29.11.2012

IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation is expanding the scope of its relief efforts for winter in Syria.

As cold weather has begun to hit Syria, IHH continues to deliver various relief items to Syrians including tents, blankets and warm clothes. IHH gives priority to meeting the needs of the women and children in winter months.

IHH aid teams in Hatay and Kilis continue to deliver various types of relief to Syrians in Syria and those who have taken refuge in Turkey and live under very difficult circumstances

Report on Syria (May 2011- November 2012)

As delivery of food and other relief items continue in Syria, IHH stepped up delivery of winter relief with the arrival of winter.

While IHH teams distribute various relief items to Syrians including their basic needs and cleaning supplies, they also deliver tents, blankets, warm clothes for women, children and men.

List of relief items IHH delivers to Syrians:

-Tents

-Blankets

-Electric heaters

-Women’s underwear

-Children’s underwear

-Undergarment for women

-Undergarment for children

-Coats

-Jackets

-Shoes

-Boots

-Caps

-Gloves

-Socks

 

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