People in North Syria tent cities require more humanitarian support day by day, as cold weather conditions get worse.
The International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation (IBC), continues to implement the 2020-2021 Syria Winter Aid Project in cooperation with IDRF for people living in the Azez region, forcibly displaced and whose needs have increased especially in this season.
Within the scope of the project, fuel deliveries started last week to solve the heating problem in the region, where the air temperature dropped to -5 degrees at night. The International Blue Crescent Foundation Cross-Border Team provided heating solutions to 500 families struggling to survive in the camps.
The International Blue Crescent Foundation, which has been working to lend a helping hand to the humanitarian crisis experienced since the first days of the war and conflict in Syria, will continue to expand and accelerate its projects in the region in order to provide the vital support needed in coming days.