World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkey's IHH said distributed food packets to 600 families and held mass iftars in Kazakhstan during Ramadan.
IHH, Humanitarian Relief Foundation, said in a statement, "in Kazakhstan's Almaty, Aaras, Shymkent, Turkistan and Qyzlorda cities and the towns of them 600 families were given food packets and mass breaking the fast meals."
"In Almaty, the students in need were distributed stationary materials. The visited orphanages and madrasahs were given aid in cash," the statement said.
A group of concerned people individually formed IHH in response to attempt to ethnic cleansing of Serbs in Bosnia, largest genocide committed after the World War II.
Güncelleme Tarihi: 04 Eylül 2009, 17:33
Since then, IHH volunteers keeps aid missions throughout the world.