International Blue Crescent Foundation (IBC), which has been continuing its projects for Syrian war victims since 2011, when the Syrian Crisis started, continues to support the camps in Northern Syria under difficult winter conditions.

Approximately 11 million Syrians had to leave their homes due to the civil war and violence in Syria. More than 3 million Syrians took refuge in Turkey. 2020, which was a difficult year for the whole world, was much more difficult for those who left their homes and tried to survive in tent cities.

The International Blue Crescent Foundation (IBC) for Syria, which has experienced one of the greatest human tragedies in history in the civil war that has been going on for more than 9 years, has been diligently working since the first day.

In February, in cooperation with Penny Appeal, in order to bring the housing problem in the region to better conditions; distribution of 1000 pieces of tent floor materials in the camps in the Azez region under the coordination of Kızılay and AFAD was made. It arranged the grounds of the camps among 300 families living in containers in Rajo, which was damaged after the flood disaster in Afrin, and distributed the necessary materials and blankets for the ground in tents.

International Blue Crescent Foundation in 2021, with the Covid-19 threat, will continue to provide food, hygiene, clothing, heating and shelter aid to the region where living conditions are getting worse.

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