IHH to care for Gazan orphans
The IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation, which has been taking care of thousands of Palestinian orphans, has decided to undertake caring for all the children made orphan in the latest Israeli strikes.
Palestine, MiddleEast 09.01.2009
All expenses of the children made orphan by the recent Israeli operation into the Gaza Strip and existing orphan Palestinian children will be met by the IHH.
The foundation has been caring for 2,500 orphans in Palestine so far. Latest Israeli attacks on Gaza made another 1,500 children orphan. All the Palestinian orphans will be provided with shelter, education, health services and other basic services by the IHH. The foundation has also included Palestinian orphans in the sponsor family system.
Charitable families can sponsor an orphan by donating 70 new Turkish liras monthly.
Since the outbreak of the latest Israeli offensive into Gaza, 400 families applied to the IHH to sponsor Gazan orphans.
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