INTERNATIONAL BLUE CRESCENT FOUNDATION STARTS EMERGENCY RELIEF WORKS IN AFGHANISTAN


International Blue Crescent Foundation (IBC) started emergency relief efforts for IDPs who took shelter in camps in Mazar-i-Sharif, Kabul and Kunduz regions due to the security and economic problems caused by the latest developments in Afghanistan.

Following the needs analysis conducted by International Blue Crescent Foundation Cross-Border Team, the distribution of food and hygiene parcels to 1000 families fleeing conflicts with the support of IDRF and ZAIMA was completed.

In Afghanistan, where approximately 18 million Afghans need humanitarian aid, within the framework of the UN's statements; With the support of International Blue Crescent Foundation and donor organizations, regular food and hygiene packages will be provided to 5000 war-torn families trying to live in makeshift structures in the region.



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