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Kyrgyz orphans receive winter clothes
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation delivered winter clothes to a children guest house in Kyrgyzstan where 75 orphan children are being sheltered. The orphans received winter clothes such as coat, swea
Kyrgyzstan 16.01.2012

The foundation delivered winter clothes to Coomart Bökömbayev Children Guest House in Oktyabr village in Jalalabad, a city in southern Kyrgyzstan with a population of 300,000 people. 

The administrators of the children house, which is an old building from the Soviet time, appealed to our foundation for help. Our foundation responded to the appeal and sent assistance.

The orphanage is housing 75 orphan children, 48 of them boys and 27 girls. The orphanage is state-owned and each orphan receives $1.3 daily. However, the amount is not enough to meet the needs of orphans and the orphanage.

The foundation sent clothing items such as coat, sweater, trousers, underwear and socks as requested by the orphanage. The administrators of the orphanage presented a Certificate of Appreciation to our foundation for the assistance. Our foundation will continue humanitarian efforts in the region.

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