Kilis Bizim Dergi
Benim Hikayem

INTERNATIONAL BLUE CRESCENT BECAME HOPE FOR SYRIAN ABDULRAZAK


8-year-old Abdülrazak, who faced the risk of being blinded by a bomb attack in Idlib last February, has now able to see thanks to the efforts of International Blue Crescent Foundation.

Abdülrazak Dep, who lost his ability to see with the rocket pieces that hit his eye in the bombardment while playing games in the garden of his house; had spoken to Turkey from a Swiss broadcaster after he could not get any treatment in Syria. During the broadcast, Abdulrazak  kindly asked to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that whether the president allows him to have the medical treatment in Turkey. Turkish Embassy in Bern and Ministry of Foreign Affairs took an immediate action for Abdulrazak and also called for support from civil society organizations. Oliver Stahel, a business person who watched Abdulrazak’s call from Swiss Broadcast, contacted International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation and stated that he wanted to support Abulrazak's surgery, and then the treatment process began.

The operation of Abdülrazak, who was hospitalized in a private eye hospital in Adana after all his needs were met after the identification and referral procedures in Reyhanlı, was successfully completed and the risk of becoming blind was completely eliminated.

International Blue Crescent Foundation, that contacts the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Health and manages the process with the support of the Syrian Health Task Force and the Ministry of Health Kilis Provincial Directorate; will also provide psychosocial support service under the supervision of experts at the IBC Kilis Community Center to overcome the trauma of Abdülrazak.

 

 

AA: aa.com.tr/en/life/six-year-old-syrian-child-regains-eyesight-in-turkey/1873804

Mynet: mynet.com/6-yasindaki-abdulrazakin-karanlik-dunyasi-turkiyede-aydinlandi-kilis-6476546-myvideo 

Haberler.com: haberler.com/suriyeli-6-yasindaki-abdulrazak-in-karanlik-13313592-haberi/

 

 



10TH YEAR OF THE SYRIAN WAR: IBC SUPPORTS THOSE WHO TRY TO SURVIVE IN THE CAMPS

The Syrian War is entering its 10th year... The UN notes that the worst humanitarian crisis that occurred after the second world war was in Syria, ...

LIVING CONDITIONS IN NORTH SYRIA CAMPS ARE IMRPROVED BY THE INTERNATIONAL BLUE CRESCENT FOUNDATION

People in North Syria tent cities require more humanitarian support day by day, as cold weather conditions get worse. The International Blue Cresc ...

INTERNATIONAL BLUE CRESCENT FOUNDATION HAS EXPANDED ITS ACTIVITIES TO SUPPORT UYGHUR TURKS

The International Blue Crescent Foundation has started to provide information services for access to health services, psychosocial support and legal ...

OUR EFFORTS TO IMPROVE NORTHERN SYRIA'S TENT CITIES CONTINUE...

About 11 million Syrians had to leave their homes due to the civil war and violence in Syria. More than 3 million Syrians took refugee in Turkey. 202 ...

INTERNATIONAL BLUE CRESCENT(IBC) RESPONDS TO THE NEEDS OF MORE AFRICAN COUNTRIES AS LIBYA, TCHAD, BURKINA FASO, NIGER AND BURUNDI

IBC-International Blue Crescent is intensifying its campaigns to respond the needs of more African countries after Somalia and Mali. Priority is g ...

INTERNATIONAL BLUE CRESCENT RELIEF AND DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION IN IZMIR EARTHQUAKE ZONE

As of November 4, 114 people were killed and 1,035 injured in the earthquake, which was off the out-of-base Izmir's Seferihisar region on Friday ...

CLOSE

SEARCH IN IBC ACTIVITIES