In the Arsal region in northeastern Lebanon, the camps where Syrian refugees were sheltered were completely covered by snow. Calls for help are rising from the area where the deaths by exposure can occur.
Arsal, the highest region of Lebanon with 2 thousand altitude, is the place where Syrian refugees densely live. People are having a hard time because of heavy snow and cold. The IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation (IHH) launched an immediate aid efforts for the refugee camp with a population of 35,000.
Food, blanket and diesel are urgently needed
In addition to damage assessment operations, IHH Emergency Relief Teams that travelled to Palu, the city most affected by the disaster, following the earthquake and tsunami that struck Indonesia are continuing to distribute humanitarian aid supplies in the region.
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation has provided food and shelter aid to Yemen, where the domestic conflict has continued since 2014. 55 thousand Yemenis benefitted from our aid efforts.
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation has provided financial support to the 400 people, wounded in the Great March of Return.
Since the day of the establishment of Zionist Israel, the humanitarian crisis continues all across Palestine and particularly in the Gaza Strip which is under the blockade of Israel since 2006. IHH Humanitarian Foundation continues its relief works in the region without slowing down. In this respect, IHH provides financial support to the wounded Gazaians in the Great March of Return.
The income of rag dolls, produced in Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center which was opened by IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation and supported by Canik Municipality will also be spent for the disabled Syrians.
The disabled Syrians in Abu Faiz Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center which was opened by IHH in the Reyhanlı district of Hatay and supported by Canik Municipality are making rag dolls with the materials given to them.