THERE ARE MORE THAN 3 MILLION REFUGEES AND ASYLUM SEEKERS IN TURKEY!
We need your support to meet their primary needs!
Gaziantep Peace & Art Center
SGDD-ASAM, in cooperation with GIZ aims to improve protection conditions of Syrian refugees and to empower them through the Peace & Art Center in Gaziantep, building the capacity of the most vulnerable Syrian refugees in parallel with creating a healthy environment between refugees and host community by means of a wide range of arts, recreational and public awareness activities.
Within the scope of the project which is underway in cooperation with the German Corporation for International Cooperation (GİZ), legal, social andpsychological counselling as well as Turkish, English and Arabic courses are provided to the refugees in cities.
The project aims to be a center for and Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) cases in cooperation with UNFPA. Accordingly, three Women and Girls' Safe Spaces (WGSS) will be established in Istanbul and will provide Sexual & Reproductive Health services at primary health care level together with Family Planning and Safe Motherhood services.
Funded by Central Finance and Contracts Unit; Mediterranean Bridge 2015 aimed to contribute in deepening the knowledge of Turkish Civil Society with the policies of European Union concerning human rights of refugees / asylum seekers / migrants both in terms of legislation and implementation.
“Migration Network in Europe and Turkey” is supported under the Civil Society Dialogue Programme. The Programme aims to bring together civil society organisations from Turkey and the EU around common topics, to exchange knowledge and experience, and to build a sustained conversation between them.
Financed by the British Embassy of Ankara, the large scale project is comprised of three main phases, which extend through the year with activities both on and off the field. Beneficiaries include Syrian refugees in Turkey who are subject to temporary protection; the civil society and members of the media.