International Help Organization (IHO EBRAR), an international help organization based in the Netherlands, has distributed dairy goats, cash assistance, and iftar meals to hundreds of people in Chad.
The organization, which engages in a great deal of charity works such as the construction of mosques and freshwater wells and the delivery of food, clothes, and blankets to the people in need across the world, has intensified its efforts in Africa during Ramadan, the month of fasting in Islam.
After delivering food assistance, iftar meals, and the meat of sacrificed animals to hundreds of needy people in Chari-Baguirmi, the organization handed out dairy goats to people in the region.
“With the support of our donors, we are continuing our humanitarian aid efforts in Chad. We have given orphans and needy children cash assistance, which was donated by benefactors. We delivered the dairy goats to poor families in order to provide permanent livelihoods for them. We organized an iftar dinner for 600 people this evening. On behalf of orphans, and poor and needy brothers here, we would like to thank our donors," said Yunus Yıldırım, a member of the board of the International Help Organization (IHO EBRAR).