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Benim Hikayem

WE STARTED FOOD AID TO YEMEN


Conflicts in Yemen intensified. Therefore, the wave of migration continues. The International Blue Crescent Foundation began humanitarian aid to Yemen.


* In the first place, food needs of 2 thousand families around Hodaidah were met.
* In addition, four mobile hospitals will begin to intervene in the field of health.
* Providing drug and equipment support to temporary health institutions in the region.


The International Blue Crescent Foundation meets the needs of 10 thousand families and aims to provide greater support to the Yemeni government to find solutions to the problems. Canada's IDRF agency contributes to this campaign's funding.



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