IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation
  • Who are we
  • What we do
  • What can you do
  • Login
Ramadan campaign - Guinea
The IHH is bringing the blessing of Ramadan to far lands. IHH aid workers distributed food packs to 400 needy families, stationery packs to 300 students and organized a mass iftar dinner for 2,000 peo
Africa, Guinea 23.08.2010

The IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation has been offering iftar dinners and distributing food packs every Ramadan since its establishment in various countries and regions.  

Aid workers of the foundation visited Guinea for Ramadan campaign. They arrived in the country on the first day of Ramadan to offer humanitarian assistance to fellow Guinean Muslims struggling to make a living.

The foundation gave food packs to 400 families designated in advance by a local partner organization. In Sinbaya and Simenteri 300 students were given educational materials. 

In addition to spending time with Guinean Muslims, IHH workers visited a number of schools and mosques. They had fast-breaking dinner with local Muslims in a mass organization by the IHH that was attended by 2,000 people.

Related news
See all
The last terminal of "An Armful of Goodness"
The last terminal of "An Armful of Goodness"
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation continues to commemorate the 11th annual Orphan Solidarity Days (OSD) project with the theme "An Armful of Goodness". Many studies have been carried out for orphans and their families in Kenya, one of the countries where the initiative is executed.
54,000 loaves of bread for camps in Syria per day
54,000 loaves of bread for camps in Syria per day
Through a partnership between the IHH and the İnsan Charity Foundation, and with financial support from The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), 54,000 loaves of bread are supplied daily to civilians living in camps in the countryside of Idlib province in northern Syria
4 permanent works in Sierra Leone
4 permanent works in Sierra Leone
In West Africa’s Sierra Leone, IHH inaugurated four distinct buildings including orphanages, universities and mosques. The newly inaugurated permanent works are vital to the country's future.
Mosque-Masjid, Orphan