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Help to Suffering Libyan Families
IHH Urgent Relief Teams continues to relief works in al-Bayda city of Libya. The IHH team is visiting hospitals and distributing medicine with a group of 35 medical doctors.
Africa 27.02.2011

Another relief work by IHH Libya team is distributing the food aid packages to the detected suffering families in al-Bayda city of Libya. Food aid including cheese, floor, canned food, tea, sugar, rice, olive oil, tomato paste and milk, is distributed to 100 families in different neighborhoods of the city al-Bayda. The distribution will be continued to other families.

The people of Libya who are going through harsh times expressed their pleasure of the help from Turkey and they also asked praying for the peace. 

If you want to contribute to our relief works in Libya by your donation click here to donate via credit card and click here for the bank account numbers.     

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