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100 permanent works in 2021
In 2021, IHH constructed 100 permanent works in 15 Asian, African and Middle Eastern countries.

IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation delivers humanitarian aid in various geographies of the world. One way we do this is through our permanent works projects. IHH ensures the suitability of these permanent works according to the local needs, hence develops projects in accordance with conditions in the region and materializes these projects, with the help of donors. Donors can donate these permanent works individually; they can also donate together with their family, a group of friends, work colleagues or relatives and contribute to the construction of buildings for those in need.

100 completed permanent works

In 2021, IHH constructed a total of 100 permanent works including 35 mosques, 10 Madrasas, 16 schools, 31 housing shelters, 3 orphanages, 2 vocational education courses and 3 healthcare centers. In the same year, we also renovated 24 buildings, supervised and conducted the maintenance of 75 permanent works as well as 600 water wells that we constructed previously.


3 continents benefitted from these permanent works

In 2021, IHH has completed the construction of permanent works in Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Palestine (Gaza), Iraq, Liberia, Lebanon, Mali, Nepal, Niger, Thailand (Pattani), Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan and Syria.


Projects are continuing

Out of the 123 countries we assist, 51 permanent works projects in 16 countries are taking place. Our Briquette House project is also continuing in various parts of Syria, all thanks to the support of our donors.

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