IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation
  • Who are we
  • What we do
  • What can you do
  • Login
56 trucks of coal aid for Syria
The Kur'an ve Sünnet Yolunda Grubu/Quran and Sunnah Group that conducts volunteer-based aid operations for the oppressed with the slogan “A Project a Month”, donated 56 trucks of coal to Syria via IHH as part of its December project.
Syria 31.12.2021

Aid efforts of organizations and donors in Turkey for the victims of war and civilians in need in Syria whose lives become more difficult in the winter season are continuing.

The Quran and Sunnah Group’s December’s “A Project A Month” aid came in the form of 56 trucks of coal delivered to various refugee camps in Syria via IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation.

The trucks were sent off with ceremonies held at the IHH Logistic Centers in the Reyhanlı province of Hatay and Kilis.


Speaking at the ceremony, the Quran and Sunnah Group representative Ali Ihsan Ergin said they were delighted to be able to support the Syrian families that are struggling to survive the freezing winter conditions. Ergin said many charitable people are supporting the project so they can do more to help the people who are facing the tragedy going on in Syria. “For more than 11 years now, this tragedy has been happening in front of the whole world. Here, humanity is under an important test of conscience.”  


Ergin continued:

“As the Quran and Sunnah Group, instead of simply ignoring the situation we are preparing an aid project every month with the aim of supporting the oppressed. Our December project was to deliver 56 trucks of coal to the country. We would like to offer our gratitude to The Quran and Sunnah Group and all those that donated.”


The coal has been distributed to war victim families living in Idlib and other various settlement areas.

Related news
See all
Mobile soup kitchen from Turkey to Ukraine
Mobile soup kitchen from Turkey to Ukraine
The mobile soup kitchen dispatched by the IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation to Ukraine, which is under Russian bombardment, departed from Istanbul. The soup kitchen was intended to provide food to 30,000 people each day. In addition, three truckloads of humanitarian supplies provided to Ukraine by the IHH in recent weeks have been delivered to war victims.
IHH helped 700,000 Syrians in 2022.
IHH helped 700,000 Syrians in 2022.
In 2022, IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation delivered 2,043 truckloads of humanitarian relief supply to war-affected Syrian residents living in the country’s IDP camps and settlements in various locations.
The last terminal of "An Armful of Goodness"
The last terminal of "An Armful of Goodness"
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation continues to commemorate the 11th annual Orphan Solidarity Days (OSD) project with the theme "An Armful of Goodness". Many studies have been carried out for orphans and their families in Kenya, one of the countries where the initiative is executed.