INTERNATIONAL BLUE CRESCENT FOUNDATION IS HELPING SYRIANS TO PROTECT THEM AGAINST LICE AND SCABBIES IN BAB AL SAALAM CAMP


International Blue Crescent Foundation (IBC) has been conducting the Project entitled Emergency Response-Distribution of Hygiene Kits in Bab Al Salaam in North Syria . The Project is being implemeted between June and July 2015. Within the scope of the Project , IBC has distributed hygiene kits to combat possible epidemics and Hygiene problem to 1800 families who came from different parts of Syria and has been living under severeconditions for a long time. IBC Kilis and Gaziantep Offices has been coordinationing distributions and approximately 8500 beneficiaries hygiene needs. The hgiene kits contain medicine to protect people agains lice and scabbies and hygiene materials as special shampoo and soaps.

US humanitarian NGO UMCOR is supporting the program

IBC North Syria Field staff has been working continuously to respond other needs of Syrian who are living under hard conditions in the camps



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