The largest humanitarian organisation in Turkey has organised a youth camp for tomorrow's leaders to celebrate over a century of service.

A woman receives humanitarian aid distributed by the Red Crescent, in Mersewa village, in the greater Afrin district, Syria, during a Turkish government-organised media tour into northern Syria, Saturday, March 3, 2018.
A woman receives humanitarian aid distributed by the Red Crescent, in Mersewa village, in the greater Afrin district, Syria, during a Turkish government-organised media tour into northern Syria, Saturday, March 3, 2018. ( AP )

The Turkish Red Crescent, the largest humanitarian organisation in Turkey with an international network to help other nations in need, is celebrating 150 years of service.

With the hope of carrying its mission into the future, it has organised an event for a group it's calling the young leaders of tomorrow. 

Students were given the opportunity to learn about the Crescent's humanitarian aid services at the annual youth camp.

TRT World's Yasin Eken reports. 

Source: TRTWorld and agencies