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Benim Hikayem

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. 2020, a year full of hardships for the whole world, was much more challenging for those who had to leave their homes and continue their lives in tent cities.

International Blue Crescent Foundation (IBC) continues its’ efforts for Syria from the first day, which has experienced one of the largest human tragedies in history due to the ongoing civil war.

Last week, in cooperation with Penny Appeal to bring the shelter problem in the region to better conditions; 1000 pieces of tent equipment were distributed under the coordination of Turkish Red Crescent and AFAD.

In 2021, also with the awareness for COVID-19, International Blue Crescent Foundation will continue to provide food, hygiene, clothing, heating conditions and shelter to the region.



A COLORFUL GIFT FROM BENEFICIARIES TO IBC KONYA COMMUNITY HUB

Ahmed, studying in Turkish language courses, redesigned the child-friendly area in the center with our Konya team and other beneficiaries. Ahmed, ...

INTERNATIONAL BLUE CRESCENT UKRAINE CAMPAIGN PROVIDES MONTHLY FOOD PARCELS, HYGIENE MATERIALS TO THOUSANDS OF FAMILIES – AMBULANCES AND MEDICAL EQUIPMENT-MATERIALS ARE ON THEIR WAY TO UKRAINE

IBC-International Blue Crescent campaign response to Ukraine crisis is intensified in Ukraine and Moldova covering thousands of IDPs and refugees in ...

THE WAR IN UKRAINE FUELS A GLOBAL FOOD AND CLIMATE CRISIS

According to the research data from the World Resources Institute, Ukraine is among the second most risky regions ...

IBC AFGHANISTAN TEAM COMPLETED DISTRIBUTIONS TO MEET FOOD AND HYGIENE NEEDS DURING EID AL-ADHA

While increasing political disturbance, seasonal conditions, and natural disasters in Afghanistan drag the country into a severe economic and humanit ...

THE DIMENSIONS OF THE DISASTER ARE GROWING IN AFGHANISTAN

The death toll has approached 2,000 from the magnitude-6 earthquake that struck the provinces of Pakitika and Khost on the border of Pakistan in east ...

AFTER THE CITY OF ODESA IN UKRAINE, IBC HAS STARTED RELIEF WORKS IN MYKOLAIV CITY

The situation of refugees who took refuge in neighboring countries from Ukraine is getting worse. Within Ukraine, the situation is getting, even more ...

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