IBC CONTINUES TO SUPPORT SYRIANS WITH MULTISECTORAL COMMUNITY CENTER IN SULTANBEYLI, ISTANBUL
 

IBC CONTINUES TO SUPPORT SYRIANS WITH MULTISECTORAL COMMUNITY CENTER IN SULTANBEYLI, ISTANBUL


IBC established a multipurpose service center within “Improving access to services for Syrian refugees “ project defines the roles to to meet the needs of the Syrian population located in the district of Sultanbeyli,Istanbul in a partnership with Europian Union and Internatıonal Organisation for Migration (IOM). The project goal is to improve Syrian refugees’ access to contribute to their self-reliance and integration in Turkey as well as to improve the resilience of host communities.

Language Courses; Turkish-English-Arabic, psychosocial support for children, women, men and groups, vocational/skills training; computer, music, painting, handcraft courses, legal assistance, conflict resolution and cultural activities are some services which Syrians can reach without any fee.



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