Situation in Syria and Iraq

901 houses built by Turkish Red Crescent (Kızılay) in Syrian Idlib

by Daily Sabah

Syrian families are settling into the 901 briquette houses built by the Turkish Red Crescent (Kızılay) in the war-torn country’s northwestern Idlib province.

Kızılay has finished constructing 901 houses in the town of Kafr Lusin as it continues its efforts to build 5,000 briquette houses in Idlib.

Hatay Deputy Governor Oğuzhan Bingöl, Kızılay General Director Ibrahim Altan and Emine Taş, head of the For Children Smile Foundation, were among those present at the opening of the housing development.

Altan noted that so far, 2,461 houses have been handed over to families, with 2,189 of the houses in the Idlib region and 272 in the Azaz region.

He added that beside the houses, a school was also opened so the children who have been victims of war can continue their education. Furthermore, efforts for additional infrastructure, including clean drinking water, are also ongoing.

Read the full story on Daily Sabah

Daily Sabah
Show More

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button