Kermis For Syrian Refugees
Posted on 9/03/2014
Turkish foods & Crafts has its fame in all around the world. Due to its unique taste & shapes it makes it one of the special one among cultures. As Anatolia Cultural & Dialogue Centre’s Women’s Society, we have been seeking opportunities to get involved in more and more activities to promote Turkish Culture and through this help others.
As targeted so far, Pearl Institute (Formerly known as ACDC) has been donating the profits to whom in need anywhere in the world. This time, it is time to help Syrian Refugees!
When protests in Tunisia that shook the Arab world and started deeply oppositional street protests in Syria. The response of Syria’s management was very severe. When the outbreak of armed clashes between the protestors and government start, the effect was mostly on citizens including women and children. Heavy weaponries are being used in many Syrian cities and tens of thousands of people are being forced to flee their homes.
Because the clashes have become a civil war in Syria, tens of thousands of people have escaped and are taking refuge in Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon. The Turkish government and some other states have fully mobilized for the refugees so far, but the Syrians are still in a difficult situation.
Pearl Institute (Formerly known as Anatolia Cultural & Dialogue Centre) will reach those refugees through KYM (Kimse Yok Mu? – One of the top relief organization in Turkey-) KYM has been delivering aid to the Syrian refugees who left their countries because of civil war and are taking refuge in Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon.
A large majority of the Syrian refugees who are taking refuge in Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon are women and it has been identified that their biggest needs are food, baby necessities, blankets and cleaning supplies.
KYM rushed to the aid of the needy in many parts of the world with the sincere support and assistance of the Turkish people and the people from different nations are now launching a campaign to help our Syrian brothers and sisters.
With the words: “It doesn’t suit you when you are full and your neighbor is hungry”, ACDC & KYM are calling for your support in the Syrian Refugees Campaign to help people who have been forced to flee their homeland either visiting the booth at the kermis or making some donations through the methods below;
– – You can come and buy some foods and goods at Kermis which will be transferred to KYM
– – You can donate your amount through clicking here;
– – Or you can transfer the money to ACDC’s bank account at 817 171556 001 or you can hand it to us at 909 CCWu Building, 302- 308 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
– – Or you can hand the amount at the Kermis
* If donations are made through direct bank deposit to our ACDC’s account, please email the deposit slip to us at email@example.com or mail your original deposit slip to us and write down your name, contact phone number and mailing address. We will send you the offical reciept after we confirm your donation.
We appreciate & welcome you to participate to these unique relief operations. See you all there.
* KYM has launched that with the support of thousands of people, they have brought items in an amount of 25 million USD so far. But people are there needs more in this sharp winter situation.
* Here is the items what the KYM will bring depanding of to Syrian Refugees needs;
Food Reliefs Others
Sugar Baby Wipes
Rice Liquid Soap
Lentil Dish Soap
Tomato Paste Detergent Powder (For Hand Wash)
Salt Soap Cubes
Milk Powder Winter Clothes
Haricot Beans Tent
Distilled Water Medicals
Infant Formulas Herbs
* All Arts & Crafts & Turkish Foods will be sold for Relief to Syrian People through Kimse Yok Mu? (Means – Anybody?…-) Relief Organization in Turkey.
* İf you need further information please contact us either on 2591 9125 or with Ms. S. Congar (Director of ACDC Women’s Society) via +852 9727 9807
Kimse Yok Mu is an international non profit humanitarian aid and development organization based in Turkey with 31 branches throughout the country which also provides humanitarian relief in over 113 countries, as well as having 220,000+ volunteers assisting its operations around the globe. Our organization focuses upon providing aid to those who are most in need at their most dire moments and we maintain a commitment to leaving a lasting impact upon those we assist.
KYM was established in 2002 as a Turkish humanitarian aid organization and was granted Public Interest Association status in 2006. KYM was awarded the Turkish Grand National Assembly Outstanding Service Award in 2008 and in 2010 KYM was granted United Nations ECOSOC Special Consultative Status.
KYM provides aid in a broad spectrum of areas through a multitude of programs and projects providing both immediate short-term assistance as well as long-term solutions. Some of the fields KYM is involved in are education, social services, medical services, housing, disaster relief, emergency response, sustainable development as well as providing food aid, basic necessities, and household goods.
KYM reached more than 200 thousand families in need inside Turkey and has also become a hope for other countries. Millions of people received help from KYM such as; in the last three years KYM drilled 1.622 water wells in 17 African countries and provided clean water to more than 3,5 million people.
Within the long-term orphan project we reached 59.564 orphans in 56 countries. We constructed and renovated tens of orphanages.
Since 2008 KYM runs cataract operations project in Sudan Darfur , Sudan Khartoum , Cameroon , Cad , Niger , Mali , Congo Rep, Democratic Congo , Burkina Faso , Pakistan , Nepal and and Nigeria. Since the beginning of this project 25577 people had cataract surgery.
KYM also stands next to those people who are in need in various countries by constructing 35 schools around the globe.
Within the long-term sustainable development project KYM also organized vocational training courses especially for vulnerable groups. In sustainable development project KYM constructed social complexes in disaster areas such as Kenya , Uganda, Somalia, Ethiopia and construction of a town in Pakistan.
KYM has five diverse programs for being a leading non-governmental organization embracing human beings all over the world by meeting the basic needs of society in cooperation, solidarity and development with sustainable solutions. These are Disaster Relief, Humanitarian Aid, Educational Programs, Medical Assistance and Sustainable Infrastructure Development.
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