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Benim Hikayem

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, and it is stated that even if the war ends today, it would take 40 years for the country to stand up economically and socially.

The living conditions in the northern Syrian camps strikingly reveal all the dimensions of the human cost of the civil war. Access to basic needs in border regions is still not enough even at the end of the 10th year. The people struggling with severe economic problems are also very vulnerable to the danger of COVID-19.

The need for urgent humanitarian aid is increasing day by day, especially in tent camps, which have entered a more difficult process under the current conditions and with the arrival of the winter season.

The International Blue Crescent Humanitarian Relief and Development Foundation (IBC) has been expanding its activities in the region since the first day to heal the wounds of this crisis. Last week, with the cooperation of IBC and Penny Appeal, 1200 tents in Azaz were covered with waterproof and cold-resistant floors.

The International Blue Crescent Foundation team, which has been diligently working in the region for 10 years, will continue its activities focused on producing sustainable and permanent solutions in order to minimize victimization and improve living conditions...



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