Emergency relief in Lebanon
IHH launched emergency aid efforts for those living in Lebanon's refugee camps which was struck by snow and storm.
Lubnan, MiddleEast 08.01.2015
IHH has launched emergency relief efforts for those living in Lebanon's refugee camps which was struck by snow and storm.
The heavy snowfall and storms which occurred in Lebanon, affected those living in refugee camps the most.
Many people have lost their lives due to the adverse weather conditions and harsh winter colds. IHH teams took immediate action and launched emergency relief work in Beirut, Tripoli, Akkar, Bekaa, Sidon and Jabal where many Palestinian and Syrian refuges reside.
Within this scope, the team will first distribute aid packages consisting of blankets, clothes and household goods to people living in camps where most people have lost their lives. 5 thousand families will benefit from the aid.
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