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Needy families receive clothes
The IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation distributed 154,909 pieces of clothe to 32,775 people in 12 provinces of Turkey.
Turkey 22.02.2010

Textile products donated to the foundation by charitable businesspersons are distributed to needy families in various provinces. Impoverished families designated beforehand go to campaign stores and select clothes for themselves with the coupons they were given.

Donations of benevolent people are first stored in depots and then dispatched in trucks and trailers to provinces where they will be distributed to people in need of help. The products are displayed in stores. Needy families go to these stores and receive clothes they need after trying on.   

Clothes were distributed to 32,775 needy people from stores in the cities of Adapazarı, Sivas, Malatya, Adana, Gaziantep, Mersin, Çorum, Tokat, Samsun, Trabzon, Artvin and Tekirdağ. The pre-designated families in these cities received a total of 154,909 pieces of clothes. 

 

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