• Emergency Aid for Lebanon

    Lebanon’s socio-economic situation continues to deteriorate, with the cost of basic needs exponentially rising as a result of the deep economic and financial crisis, exacerbated by the impact of the pandemic. Read More
  • Water Wells for Yemen

    Ongoing problems such as the cholera and polio outbreak, poor hygiene conditions and lack of necessary equipment have created a massive burden on existing Yemeni health institutions.

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  • COVID-19 Emergency Relief

    As we focus on preventing the spread of COVID-19, our global communities’ response must support and encompass the needs of all populations, including those forced to flee their homes around the world.

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  • Providing Shelther to Rohingya Refugees

    High vulnerability and lack of essential resources persist for hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. Since August 2017, over 723,000 Rohingya refugees fled from Myanmar to Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh to seek refuge in temporary shelters following an ethnic cleansing campaign in the Northern Rakhine State.

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  • Providing shelter for Displaced Syrians

    The violence in Syria has caused millions to flee their homes. Referring to the statistics of the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) more than 6.6 million Syrians have been displaced to date.

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  • Emergency Relief for Uyghurs

    As a direct result of the brutal oppression against Uyghur Turks, tens of thousands of Uyghur Turk families have fled to Turkey for their safety. Most of them are living in primitive conditions around Istanbul, Kayseri, Eskisehir and Ankara provinces.
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  • Syria Food Security

    After the Turkish “Peace Spring” operation in North Syria, approximately 160,000 people have left their homes in Rasul-Ayn and Tal-Abyad, moving South and Southwest for safety and shelter.

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  • Providing Food Relief to Yemen

    Over 24 million people in Yemen, two-thirds of the population, are in risk of serious health conditions or even death due to severe food insecurity.

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  • Child Centres in Gaza

    IDRF in partnership with the A. M. Qattan Foundation (AMQF) are continuing to provide 7,600 children and youth with the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of structured educational programming at the Child Center in Gaza.
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  • Getting Syrian Refugee Children Ready for School

    About one million Syrian children who reached school age have been living in Turkey.  Most of these children are not able to benefit sufficiently from educational opportunities that prepare them for life and roles in society, strengthen them in terms of social, cognitive and physiological aspects and accelerate their social adaption.
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