Language, Lack of International aid Impede Schooling for Syrians

A new report by SETA and Theirworld highlights the need to overcome language barriers and urges for more international aid to sustain the education of Syrian refugees, 41 percent of school-aged children are still not in school

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Language Lack of International aid Impede Schooling for Syrians
Breaking Down Barriers Getting Syrian Children into School in Turkey

Breaking Down Barriers: Getting Syrian Children into School in Turkey

We hope that the findings from this report will help inform Turkish policymakers, school leaders, teachers and partners in the international community as they work together to ensure no refugee child is without education.

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Turkey needs to prepare a road map for the education of refugee children. This is necessary to prevent the emergence of a ghost generation that has no identity, no home and no future.

The EU's 3 billion euros of aid to Ankara for Syrian refugees in Turkey is criticized by experts who say that the amount is not even sufficient for covering the education needs of the refugees, let alone their other needs

The SETA Foundation is especially sensitive on the issue of Syrians’ education and in this study aims to contribute to developing a road map on Syrians’ education and to work against the creation of lost generations.

"EU Fund for Syrians in Turkey Not Even Enough for Their Education Needs"

The EU's 3 billion euros of aid to Ankara for Syrian refugees in Turkey is criticized by experts who say that the amount is not even sufficient for covering the education needs of the refugees, let alone their other needs

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Incorporating Syrian Refugees to Formal Employment

Incorporating Syrian Refugees to Formal Employment

There is an urgent need to systematically advance the integration of the refugee community into formal employment as well as national education system so that the accumulation of potential social tensions might be prevented from the start

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The international community must agree to take in more Syrian refugees and provide additional funds to help neighboring nations cope with the crisis

There is something almost legendary going on in Turkey in regard to the Syrian refugees. This amazing work by AFAD and local nongovernmental organizations deserves better international recognition.