IBC VISITED THE ISTANBUL PROVINCIAL DIRECTOR OF MOFSP, MR. SELIM CELENK


Providing information and protection assistance to vulnerable refugees in Turkey Project is implemented by International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation with financial support of ECHO. Within this scope, IBC Programs Director Tolga BACA, Board of Trustees member Aziz CİVELEK, Program Coordinator Ömer KAYA visited the Istanbul Provincial Director of MoFSP, Mr. Selim ÇELENK.

During the visit, information on the project aims, activities and target group was provided. Mr. director was informed that the project aims to reach Syrians under protection, and provide information and consulting services as well as psychosocial and social cohesion activities will be implemented.

IBC delegation thanked to Mr. Selim ÇELENK for his interest and support for the project.



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