Kilis Bizim Dergi
Benim Hikayem

IBC LAUNCHED EMERGENCY FOOD AID CAMPAIGN FOR DISPLACED SYRIAN FAMILIES FROM ALEPPO


After 5 years of civil war in Syria, many Syrians fled to Kilis, seeking protection and assistance. Turkish city Kilis is only located 100 km away from Aleppo and hosts over 125.000 of Syrians.

As Syrians fled from Aleppo are extremely vulnerable without durable assistance in Kilis, IBC started new program addressing life-saving needs of Syrians in Kilis, Turkey and Akhtarin North Syria. The campaign aiming to meet urgent food,hygiene and winterization needs of most vulnerable Syrians in Kilis Turkey.

Emergency food ratios are contain most urgent food needs of average family of six people. Food Ratios are composed by Bulgur, Tea, Sugar, beans, tomato sauce ,pasta, lentils, rice.

In line with IBC’s humanitarian mission, reaching the most vulnerable people in need, emergency rapid response aiming to reach thousands of vulnerable Syrian on monthly basis until end of March 2017

 



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