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IHH shares report card joy with orphans
Officials and volunteers from IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation came together with orphans at an event to share their joy over receiving their report cards.
Turkey 31.01.2013

 IHH organized an event in İstanbul on Tuesday for the orphans it supports through the Sponsor Family System. The event took place at Babalu Aktif Entertainment Center in Başakşehir. The orphans were very happy and enjoyed themselves throughout the event. 

The children had a lot of fun as they played with colorful play equipments. 
The event, which was organized by IHH officials responsible for orphan relief, was attended by 119 orphans, 44 mothers and 24 aid volunteers. 
The event, which aimed to share the joy of orphans over receiving their report cards and let them have fun in the early days of the school holiday, ended with a lunch which was eaten altogether. 
The children who left the entertainment center happily offered their thanks to IHH for organizing the event. 

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