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IHH providing hot meals to Syrian refugees
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation is diversifying its assistance to the Syrian refugees who sought shelter in Hatay, Kilis and Mardin cities of Turkey to escape oppression and massacre in their count
Syria 31.08.2012

Aid efforts coordinated by IHH crisis centers in Hatay, Kilis and Mardin are being expanded and diversified.

In addition to distributing food items and humanitarian materials to camps in Hatay, the foundation is also providing medicines to medical intervention centers set up in the camps and to voluntary pharmacies assisting the wounded refugees as well as making contributions to the wounded and sick refugees being treated at hospitals in Hatay. 

Besides routine food pack deliveries to refugees in Kilis, IHH Mobile Kitchen is providing hot meals to 4500 people at Öncüpınar Border Crossing twice a day.

Thousands of refugees on the Turkey-Syria border are waiting for help as the humanitarian crisis inside Syria rages on unabated. IHH is aiding Syrians who are waiting in border areas to cross into Turkey and are having a lot of problems, particularly provision of food items. 

IHH is also launching comprehensive relief efforts to support refugee families in the towns of Mardin, Nusaybin and Kızıltepe. 

Mobile Soup Kitchen of IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation that provided iftar meals in 27 provinces across Turkey as part of the foundation’s 2012 Ramadan organization is carrying on its mission in regions it is needed. Click

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