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IHH sends 4.500 aid trucks to Syria
Number of aid trucks sent by IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation which delivers donations made from home and abroad to various parts of Syria has so far reached four thousand and five hundred.
Syria 15.11.2014

Number of aid trucks sent by IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation which delivers donations made from home and abroad to various parts of Syria has so far reached four thousand and five hundred.

Since day one the civil war unfolded in Syria IHH has been delivering aid to the Syrians which amounted to four thousand five hundred truckloads of humanitarian aid that is distributed to the families in need.

IHH is delivering aid carried by the trucks to the districts like Damascus, Aleppo, Hama, Humus, İdlib where the clashes are going on.

The take-off point of the aid trucks is IHH logistics offices in Reyhanlı and Kilis.

IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation delivers aids funded by donations from Turkey and many other countries to the Syrian people regardless of religion, race or language. It is supported by 30 countries and over 50 national and international NGOs.

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