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IHH took relief to 520,00 Syrians last week
Delivery of aid items continues to Syria where living circumstances get more and more difficult every day.
Syria 04.10.2013

Relief items sent by IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation to the region last week were received by around 520,000 Syrians.

IHH sent 756,512 loaves of bread, 60 tons of frozen meat, 2,300 packages of food, 6,000 blankets, 76 crutches, 37 wheelchairs, 8 sickbeds, examination tables and beds to be delivered to the war-stricken people of Syria.

The list of aid items was made in accordance with the fieldwork IHH teams made in the region.
The aid items, which were sent from various parts of Turkey and the world, were collected in coordination centers in Reyhanlı and Kilis.

Following necessary observations at these centers, the aid items were transferred to the Syrian trucks in the buffer zone and they were delivered to Syrians in Aleppo, Homs, al-Raqqah, Hasakah, Tell Abyad, Latakia in addition to others in refugee camps.

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