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DIESEL DISTRIBUTION AGAINST COLD WEATHER IN NORTHERN SYRIA FROM INTERNATIONAL BLUE CRESCENT


The North Syrian Winter Clothing and Shelter Project, which is carried out by the International Blue Crescent in cooperation with IDRF, continues. As part of the project, diesel oil was distributed to 372 families to protect them from the cold. Additional diesel distribution was also made to IDPs who are coming from Idlib and currently living in Shadah Camp in the Azaz region, and the warming problem of 2000 families in total was resolved. Also; Trying to live in difficult winter conditions, the oldest person in the camp, Hacı Yunus Bey, was provided with a stove and diesel oil due to the warming problem.



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