IHH met with Syrian orphans
They are children, they are orphans…They have been affected most by the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Syria. As IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation, we had a beautiful day with these children.
MiddleEast, Syria, Turkey 30.04.2013
As part of the Orphan Solidarity Days, the third of which has been held this year, an IHH team and volunteers travelled to Gaziantep where they had a beautiful and joyful day Syrian orphans who came from refugee camps in Kilis.
IHH team and volunteers first went to Dülükbaba Lake in the center of Gazinatep along with 50 Syrian orphans and their families. They later had joyful times at Gaziantep Zoo, which is one of the biggest zoos in Turkey.
IHH team members and orphans who played various games and sang songs together had an unforgettable day. The children who lost their fathers in the ongoing civil war in Syria said: “Our fathers were martyred. We are proud of them. One day, we will continue to live in Syria.”
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