SYRIAN CHILDREN AND TURKISH VOLUNTEERS CLEANED KINALIADA SHORES


Turkish Volunteers and Syrian Children gathered together within IBC's Social Integration Project that is supported by European Union in partnership with UN Migration Agency(IOM) for Syrian Refugees.

Children cleaned the shores of Kınalıada with the support of Adalar Municipality with TURMEPA Volunteers in order to strenghten social cohesion. Besides, children were involved in interactive team building games by Learning Designs facilitators, and trained in regards to environmental awareness by TURMEPA volunteers.

On behalf of IBC, many thanks to our partners TURMEPA , Adalar Municipality and Learning Designs for their collaboration.



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