IHH, which has been extending a helping hand to the oppressed Syrians since the beginning of the public unrest in the country, has over the past months increased its relief efforts for Syrian refugees and Syrian people who are under bombardment.
A total of 1500 kilograms of flour sent from the IHH’s crisis center in Hatay was distributed to the Syrian refugees in Güveççi village in the southern province of Hatay. Five-hundred refugees in Güveççi are staying in the homes of the villagers there.
Refugees in the village were also given 350 boxes of milk, 200 packages of diapers, baby formula, shampoo, nursing bottle, pacifier, rash cream, blanket and mats.
IHH teams did not forget the Syrians who are treated in Antakya and Kilis and distributed “hospital bags” to them.
The bags include sleepwear, sportswear, underwear, nail clippers, socks, cologne, tooth paste, tooth brush, towel, soap, shampoo, wet napkin, napkin, slippers and a copy of Quran.
Making the delivery of similar aid items frequently, IHH teams do not only take relief to the border regions but also to inner parts of Syria which are under bombardment. The foundation has taken 6 tons of flour, 300 baby packages and 300 hospital bags to inner parts of Syria from Hatay’s Yayladağ district.
The 6 tons of flour sent by IHH was delivered to Syrian people living in Jabali Turkman, Jabali Suhyun and Jabali Akrad.