World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish charity, Deniz Feneri, has sent 100 thousand Turkish liras worth of aid to the Muslim refugees in Arakan.
According to a statement released from the charity, the first relief team reached the refugee camp in Arakan with 37.5 tonnes of food.
After the charity's first aid of 100 thousand TL, they stated that their help will continue.
Deniz Feneri has been helping Muslims in Arakan since 2006 and supporting them with clothing aid, mobile health service, aid for education and they support orphans and their spending.
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