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Winter aid for 5 Balkan countries
IHH delivered 198 tons of coal and 206 cubic meters of fuel to people in need in Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo and Serbia.

Millions of people all around the world are struggling with the harsh conditions of winter due to poverty, war and natural disasters. IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation is continuing efforts to improve the conditions of those in need throughout winter. In this scope, IHH recently delivered aid to needy people living in Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro and Serbia.


Support for orphan families

IHH distributed 20 stoves and 184 blankets to 90 orphan families, as well as 46 stoves to 2 schools and 1 nursery.

IHH also delivered 78 cubic meters of firewood to 26 families in need living in Montenegro and 76 cubic meters to 38 needy families in Serbia.


198 tons of coal aid

We distributed 92 tons of coal to the Duje Rehabilitation Center - which accommodates 435 people – and to 65 people in need in Bosnia-Herzegovina. We also delivered 106 tons of coal to 240 people in need in Kosovo.

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