Help of Syrian Refugees Living in Turkey Continues
By Dr. Asif Mahmood Jah - Project Leader
Ration being Distributed among Refugees
It gives me immense pleasure to inform you that Customs Health Care Society (CHCS) is continuously helping the Syrian Refugees living in Turkey. The team of CHCS from Pakistan visited the refugee camps in Instanbul, Urfa, Kilis and other cities. The team distributed relief goods in the form of food packets, gifts among the children and also cash among the families. A substantial amount of cash was also distributed among the widows and orphans of Syria living in Istanbul. This project has not been able to attract large number of donors across the globe but CHCS is continuing its relief efforts with the help of its lown local resources plus the disbursed amount.
In view of the above, the donors across the globe are kindly requested to donate generously to the project for the ease and welfare of Syrian Refugees living in Turkey and elsewhere.
Asif Mahmood Jah
Woman Receiving Ration Packet
Women Returning Home after receiving Ration Packet
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