Dutch non-profit Stichting Schlomo provides critical medicines to earthquake victims in Holeb, Syria

HOLEB, Syria — The Dutch non-profit Stichting Schlomo, in collaboration with the Syriac Cross Organization for Relief and Development and Shai Fund, continues to provide aid to areas devastated by the earthquake that struck Syrian and Turkish territory on 6 February. Recently, the organizations distributed much-needed medicines in Holeb (Aleppo), Syria.

According to a tweet from Schlomo, people with prescriptions were able to receive the medicine they needed at the distribution point in Holeb. The organization shared photos on Twitter, documenting the process of providing this critical support to the affected community.

The distribution of medicines by Schlomo, in partnership with other relief organizations, is an important step towards providing necessary aid to those who continue to suffer in the aftermath of the earthquake.