IBC TEAM STARTED BRIDGE BUILDING ACTIVITIES FOR SYRIAN AND TURKISH STUDENTS IN SYRIAN EDUCATION CENTERS


IBC supports 6 temporary education center for 3600 Syrian refugee students and 160 Syrian teachers for the continuation of education and protection in Gaziantep.IBC and Gaziantep Provincial National Education signed a protocol and wıthın this framework IBC provides education right for children and psychosocial and cultural activities for their adaptation to host community and social life.Bridge building activities are focused sharing and learning their culture and to teach them living together.The art exibitions,dance and sports activities,trips and animation film showing are the funniest experience for students and teachers in different languages.



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) ...

A FULLY EQUIPPED AMBULANCE FROM INTERNATIONAL BLUE CRESCENT (IBC) TO YEMEN

The International Blue Crescent Foundation (IBC) continues to support the Yemeni people affected by the humanitarian crisis in the country within the ...

HIPPOTHERAPY ACTIVITY FOR TURKISH AND SYRIAN CHILDREN IN GAZIANTEP

As part of IBC- Bridge project, Turkish and Syrian children attended hippotherapy activity is often carried out for the rehabilitation of children wi ...

RENAD’S STRUGGLE FOR LIFE

In Yemen, where 22 million people need help because of the civil war, the children at hunger limits are struggling to survive. One of them, the 5.5-m ...

IBC CONTINUES FOOD DISTRIBUTION IN YEMEN TO REDUCE MALNUTRITION NEEDS

The International Blue Crescent Foundation, which started its aid activities in Yemen since last November, maintains regular food aids under the 2019 ...

THE DESTINY OF SYRIA AND SYRIANS ADDRESSED IN BRUSSELS. EU - UN & THE WORLD CIVIL SOCIETY MOVEMENT CALL FOR FINAL SOLUTION

The conference titled “Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region” was held in Brussels. Several issues were discussed by the particip ...

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