Emergency Relief
 
WHAT WE DO | Emergency Relief

Emergency Relief

All projects implemented by IBC is framed by its commitment to relieving human suffering. IBC strives to alleviate human suffering regardless of nationality, ethnicity, race, color, social origin, religion, belief, language, political opinion, gender, age, and sexual orientation, genetic and physical features. Through its projects IBC aims to create and enhance opportunities in the following fields;

When designing and implementing programs, IBC takes into account and prioritizes the needs of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged groups, pays attention to community values, respects the social and cultural texture as well as the environment. IBC firmly believes it can create utmost impact on disadvantaged communities by bringing international, national and local actors together. In this context IBC cooperates with local and national authorities, other NGOs, global donors, universities and research centers to incorporate their resources, technical expertise and experience into its modus operandi.

737,545
individuals have been reached
231,324
women have been reached
51,432
children have been reached
200,000
relief blankets have been distributed
18,617
winter kits have been distributed
4,300
stoves have been distributed
153,350
food parcels have been distributed
 

Emergency Relief Projects
Country: Iraq
Region: Zakho

Country: India
Region: Gujarat

Country: Turkey
Region: Bingöl

Country: Syria
Region: Aleppo

Country: Indonesia
Region: Aceh

Country: Somalia
Region: Mogadishu

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