A “Goodness Truck” carrying humanitarian aid material sent by Turkey helped displaced civilians in Syria’s northwest opposition stronghold, Idlib.
Various foundations, associations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Carry the turkey out humanitarian aid campaigns for the people in the region. Humanitarian aid materials collection in these campaigns are delivered to people in Idlib.
Humanitarian Aid Foundation (IHH) teams from Turkey’s northeastern border province of Kars, responsible various food, clothing, firewood and articles appliances in one truck called the “Goodness Truck” as part of their help campaign bearing the slogan: “Kindness will warm world.”
Aid such as blankets, food, flour, beds, mats and charcoal, delivered to Idlib by this truck made the victims smile.
Again in Kars, toys collected from philanthropists within the framework of the social responsibility project carries out by volunteers with the slogan “Give me a toy” were distributed to children in Idlib.
IHH and a team of volunteers handed over out toys to children who had lost their parents in the villages, played games and shared their joy by distributing aid to families.
The volunteer team of Kars distributed gifts such as bracelets and hairpins children. They also lifted the children’s spirits by taking the time to paint with young people.
Sahin Cevensin, President of the Kars branch of IHH, told Anadolu Agency (AA) that with the campaign launched by the IHH, they collected humanitarian aid materials from several provinces of Turkey for the victims of the war in Syria.
To express son happy to be involved in as workCevensin said: “As IHH from Kars, we came here. We are here to distribute flour, food and clothing. itemscharcoal, bedding and blankets in the kindness truck. We visited some of dozens of camps, distributed our charcoals and organized activities that would make the children content. Turkey will continue to stand with the oppressed, as it always has.”
Fatih Taş, a volunteer of the “Give me a toy” social responsibility project explained that their goal is to do children civil war affected happy.
Declaring that they had a good time with the children in Syria, Taş said: “We held our event today in Idlib, Syria, outside borders of Turkey. There are tent cities, orphan schools where orphans stay, we visited these places. We gave the children here as much candycookies, fruit, toys like on could. We did activities around painting with them, we had a good time.”
Say they are everywhere there is children and try to put on a smile on their face Taş said: “For us it doesn’t matter where the child victims are, their religion, language Where race. children are innocent us and deserve to be made happy all the time. This time we made our happy brothers here. I hope we will do our best make other brothers happy to others times.”
snow and cold weather to have made the difficult situation in Idlib tent camps, with strong winds causing destruction. At freezing temperatures, children stick together to keep warm, burn pieces of plastic, old shoes and scraps of wood they collect for ignition.
Living in a region where temperatures can drop at minus 5 degrees Celsius (23 degrees Fahrenheit), victims of civil war are unable to purchase fuel and resort to burning their clothes to heat their tents.
Turkish aid agencies and NGOs continue to help those in urgent need in northwest Syria. Many Turkish NGOs and state agencies, including the Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD), Turkish Red Crescent (Kızılay) and IHH, continue to provide life-saving humanitarian aid and lead efforts humanitarian in the region which hosts nearly 4 millions people.
Idlib region East home at nearly 2.8 millions displaced people and is the last Syrian enclave to oppose Bashar Assad’s regime in Damascus.
Idlib is part of a de-escalation zone forged under a deal between Turkey and Russia in March 2020. However, the Assad regime has consistently violated the ceasefirefire termlaunching frequent attacks inside the de-escalation zone.