The humanitarian aid organization Pomozi.ba, operating in Bosnia and Herzegovina, has launched a play campaign for children affected by the earthquakes in Kahramanmaraş, which is described as the “disaster of the century”.
earthquake victims Pomozi.ba, which transported more than 50 trucks to Turkey with relief items collected for the cause of the earthquake, announced that it was collecting toys for earthquake-affected children.
Saliha Roxa, a Pomozi.ba official, said it was new or barely used within the scope of the campaign. toy He said that they kissed, and said that they wanted to give spirits to the children.
Twelve-year-old Benjamin Mihanović, who sells tea in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, also sent 800 euros in aid to the earthquake victims.
On the other hand, the Red Cross in Bosnia and Herzegovina announced the collection of 120,000 euros within the scope of the aid campaign, while the Secretary General of the Red Cross in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Rajko Lazic, said that an aid convoy of 20 trucks will set off. Launched this week.
Aid continues from the Balkan countries
Turkey’s ambassador to Zagreb, Yavuz Selim Kiran, stated that the fruit juice produced by the women farmers who established fruit and vegetable production lines last year with the support of the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) will donate their income to the earthquake victims.
The Turkish Embassy in Ljubljana also reported that it had delivered some in-kind aid to Turkish Airlines (THY) for dispatch to the quake zone.
The Middle Way Association in the Senjak region of Serbia, where Bosniaks live densely, indicated that 51 thousand euros were collected within the scope of the aid campaign.
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