IBC International Blue Crescent Foundation maintains its humanitarian relief activities continuously.
Recently, the distribution of food packages, which were prepared for 500 Internally displaced families living in shelters of the Abiyan Province Zinjabar, have been completed.
About 2 million people in Yemen had to migrate to safe areas from their homes due to the civil war. IDPs escaped from the war are trying to survive in shelters that were built on wastelands by themselves. About 6,000 displaced persons live in four makeshift camps in Zinjabar district of Abyan Province/Yemen. The International Blue Crescent Foundation’s Yemeni Office identifies the needs of families living in these camps and regularly distributes food and hygiene packages.
IBC Yemen Office has completed one of these distributions to 500 families living in Amuda and Thamisee camps. The distributed food packages contain 25 kg flour, 20 kg Rice, 10 Kg sugar, 4 liters liquid oil, 500 gr. biscuits and milk powder.
The distribution is done to those families that IBC volunteers identified through a visit to the camps and holding the ID s that we provided as beneficiaries selected. They received their food packages in the Amudia elementary school yard.
The distribution of monthly food packages program is supported by IDRF Canada.