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International Relief Organization IRO​

The International Relief Organization, based in Germany is non-profitable and non-gouvermental charitable organization was established as a result of sufferance which people face generally in tha world such as oppression, displacement, wars, disasters and illnesses for the purpose of helping refugees, rescuing the anguished and assisting the distressed without taking into consideration their beliefs, cultures, sects, customs, ideologies or ethnic conflicts.

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It is all work that invests its reward and reward even after a person dies, and it is a good investment in good deeds and an open reward door to multiply good deeds.

Our Relief Campaigns

Our Relief Campaigns

International relief organization IRO has intervened through a relief campaign in many countries which have left a good impression in the hearts of the oppressed and the needy, among these countries: Bangladesh Burma Syria gaza Africa Lebanon Egypt.

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Burma “The Catastrophe of the Age” is the first magazine issued by the International Relief Organization IRO that tells about all the relief and humanitarian campaigns of the organization in Burma and Bangladesh for the Rohingya refugees and how it managed to overcome all obstacles to help this oppressed people who were subjected to human rights violations and seek to protect them by highlighting the crimes committed against them to present the perpetrators For justice

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The team of volunteers are people of benevolence and philanthropy who provide assistance and participate in any charitable work for free with moral, religious or humanitarian motives. Volunteering is a school that allows volunteers to sense the problems of others ..

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They said about IRO

I have been honoured and honoured to work with THE INTERNATIONAL RELIEF ORGANIZATION (IRO) while in the Cox's Bazar refugee camps and have seen first-hand the dedication of her relief team on the ground. Facing such a humanitarian disaster for me was difficult, but IRO taught me that the best way to make a difference is to work step by step in an orderly and determined manner.

- by - Yvonne Ridley - Journalist