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IHH, AYDER delivers clothing to 155 orphans
Activities marking the Orphan Solidarity Days continue at full speed in Turkey and abroad.
Turkey 05.04.2012

AYDER and female aid volunteers from the IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation delivered clothing aid to 155 orphans on the occasion of the Orphan Solidarity Days.

The clothes which were provided thanks to support from charity givers were presented to 105 orphans at a store.

Yunus Tiktaş, an official at Konya Civil Store, became the sponsor of the program and provided clothing aid to 50 orphans.

Orphans were very happy to be able to have the clothes they like.

AYDER’s Women’s Unit said 155 orphans in the province were entrusted to them, so they do their best to help these orphans not only during the Orphan Solidarity Week but throughout the year, adding that they do their best to provide all kinds of aid to orphans.

IHH and AYDER’s women volunteers also offered their thanks to the aid volunteers for their support in all relief projects.

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