Needs of Syrians who took refuge in regions close to Turkey after fleeing the massacre in their country are increasing further every passing day with the arrival of winter.
IHH continues to develop new projects every day to meet the needs of Syrian refugees.
Aid teams from IHH have delivered 7,000 blankets, 3,464 beds, 1,500 baby packages, 1,000 hygiene packages and 500 electrical heaters to the Syrians living in the camps located opposite the Reyhanlı border in Hatay.
Delivery of aid items was made according to the needs of the refugees and took place in the camps in Syrian villages of Atma and Qah close to Idlib where 15,000 Syrians live.
The baby packages included milk, diapers, baby formula, wet napkins, shampoo, baby pacifier, nursing bottle and cotton bib while hygiene packages included wet napkins, shampoo, hand soap, bath soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, sanitary pads, laundry detergent, toilet paper and napkin.
IHH also dispatched two mobile showers and two mobile restrooms to the camps. Aid taken by the IHH aid workers have met many needs of the refugees who have been living in tents for months.
Emergency aid to Tal Abyad
IHH has taken emergency relief items to Tal Abyad which was subjected to bombardments over the past days.
The foundation has dispatched 3,000 blankets, 1,000 beds, 250 baby packages, 200 hygiene packages and 250 heaters to the region to be distributed to the Syrians who have taken refuge in Tal Abyad and Abu Kamal.