BY THE NEW EDUCATION TERM IBC DISTRIBUTED SCHOOL KITS AND EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS TO SYRIAN STUDENTS


IBC supports 12 temporary education center for above 10000 Syrian refugee students and 370 Syrian teachers for the continuation of education and protection in Gaziantep& Kilis .IBC signed a protocol with Provincial National Education and wıthın this framework IBC provides education right for children and psychosocial and cultural activities for their adaptation to host community and social life.By the 2015-2016 education term IBC distributed school kits and educational materials to Syrian students.

We walked for days on end without taking one of our belongings to escape from warplane. My friends,my toys and my hopes remained in Aleppo, this city is new startup for my family. May be i can not play with my friends and toys again but i will keep my hopes with me in this bag "11 years old -Khalil."



HAND PRODUCTS OF SYRIANS IN KILIS WERE EXHIBITED AT THE EMBASSY OF GERMANY

International Blue Crescent Humanitarian aid and Development Foundation exhibited the handcrafted products of the refugees living in the Syrian Kilis ...

IBC OPENED AN OFFICE IN ESENYURT

The International Blue Crescent Foundation (IBC) opened a Service Office in Esenyurt, Istanbul. The IBC Office will provide legal advice, psychosocia ...

THE MEANINGFUL VISIT FROM THE KILIS TO ANITKABIR

International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation facilitated a trip activity to Ataturk Memorial in Ankara. Aiming at introducing Ata ...

IBC'S CASH FOR WORK PROJECT IN KÜÇÜKÇEKMECE

Since March 2011, the Syrians who took refugee in Turkey to escape the civil war in Syria mark their seventh year in our country. According to the fi ...

WHAT IS AIDS, HOW TO PROTECT?

An awareness rising session of 1 st December World AIDS Day was conducted in International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation Sancaktepe ...

SYRIAN STUDENTS VISIT ATATÜRK'S MAUSOLEUM

Syrian students living in ISTANBUL visited Atatürk's Mausoleum with their families on November 24th. 50 Syrian students and their families l ...

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