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600 SYRIAN TEENS START TO LEARN TURKISH


Under the QUDRA Program, 600 Syrian Teens starts TOMER Turkish Courses.

As the International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation (IBC), we added another one to our Youth Development Center studies in cooperation with Expertise France under the QUDRA Program. In Aydın Tömer’s academic consultancy, Turkish courses started for 600 Syrian young people in Büyükçekmece Campus of İstanbul Aydın University.

By considering a pedagogical way, the applicants are divided into classes according to their level and age range after the level examination, and they continue to follow their lessons under the guidance of TOMER instructors. Young people from 13 to 22 years of age can benefit from the free courses and the ones continue their classes during 2 courses entitled to receive a TOMER certificate if they succeed in the exam In addition, stationery kits distributed to all beneficiaries within the scope of the project, as well as lunch boxes at lunch time, provide a more efficient academic support and an inclusive social environment. By the end of May, our courses aim to improve the academic and everyday language levels of all participants, increase their participation in education and professional life, thus facilitating social integration processes.



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