IHH’s helping hand reaches Bosnia
IHH teams are delivering aid to the regions affected by floods in Bosnia while engaging in rescue mission to find people who are stranded, lost or drown in the floods.
BosniaandHerzegovina, Turkey 20.05.2014
IHH has so far delivered emergency humanitarian aid like food, cleaning material and blanket to 2.100 families living in the regions affected by the floods. Aid work is carried out by a 7-man-team who travelled to the region from Turkey and Bosnian volunteers.
IHH has also sent emergency aid and underwater rescue teams to the region. The team includes 3 divers and 2 rescue staff and carries out special rescue mission to find people who are stranded, lost or drown in this natural disaster.
More rescue teams will go to Bosnia and Herzegovina as needed.
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