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Goodness Train to Afghanistan
10 aid organizations, including IHH, will deliver aid to Afghanistan with the Goodness Train project coordinated by AFAD (Presidency for Disaster and Emergency Management). IHH supported the project with 12 trucks of aid.
Afghanistan 25.01.2022

Occupations have taken place for years causing great destruction in Afghanistan. The people are suffering difficult times due to hunger and the freezing winter conditions. In a country where almost 13 million people are in desperate need of emergency food aid, hundreds of thousands of people were forced to migrate to different regions of the country.


An aid campaign was launched

Turkey could not ignore the humanitarian tragedy in Afghanistan. 10 aid organizations, including IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation, mobilized for Afghanistan with the Goodness Train project coordinated by AFAD. This train is scheduled to depart for Afghanistan this week, and will deliver emergency aid to Afghanistan. This train is set to travel regularly in the foreseeable future at 15-20 day intervals.


12 trucks of aid from IHH

With its 25 years of commitment in helping Afghanistan, IHH contributes to the aid campaign with 12 trucks consisting of flour, chickpeas, food packets, blankets, hygiene kits, shoes, rugs, material and clothes. 

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