Turkey's Red Crescent delivered 350 cows to Pakistan for Qurban Bayram (Feast of Sacrifice), also known as Eid al-Adha, celebrated by Muslims. Meat from the cattle sacrificed in Pakistan was delivered to victims of the August floods in Punjab and survivors of the 2005 earthquake in Kashmir.
A delegation from the Turkish Red Crescent, headed by the charity's board member Dr. Naci Yorulmaz, traveled to Pakistan to deliver the aid. Among the aid delivered to 7,000 families in Punjab and 2,000 families in Kashmir were 9,000 boxes, each containing 5 kilograms of meat. The Red Crescent also delivered food aid to those affected by the floods in Sialkot and Muzaffarabad and the poor families.
The Turkish Red Crescent delivered meat from sacrificial animals to 500,000 people in 18 countries during Qurban. The charity collects funds from the Turkish public to buy and slaughter sacrificial animals during the Muslim holiday and delivers the meat to poor families all across the globe, from the Balkan countries to Asian and African countries as well as its immediate neighbors, Syria and Iraq.
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