An 11-member volunteer team including IHH staff members Nurgül Karagül, Ümmühan Özkan and Zeliha Sağlam, kindergarten teachers, psychologists and sociologists paid visits between Sept.5 and Sept.13 to Elbeyli Camp in Kilis and Siccu and Semmarin refugee camps in Syria where Syrians have taken shelter.
Karagül who went to Idlib along with members from Syria-based Nour Foundation for Eid al-Adha work visited the Hirbit al-Cos camp where Ayyubis, Arabs and Kurds have taken refuge after the bombing of mountains.
Karagül said they had the opportunity to make observations at these camps where there is heavy poverty, adding that rehabilitation work could be launched for women.
In this regard, Young IHH Volunteers who will work in cooperation with the voluntary project Bond of Brotherhood launched in October, launched the sale of bookmarkers to raise money for Syrians. Until the sale of the bookmarkers, the volunteers will knit winter accessories such as gloves, berets, scarves and send them to the camps in Syria along with items such as clothing, knitting tools and the money raised.
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