TOMER TURKISH COURSES PROJECT HAS BEEN COMPLETED


Turkish Language Courses for Syrian Youth and Children Project, supported by Theirworld has been completed. TÖMER certificates have been distributed to the 924 eligible participants of the courses which have been implemented under the academic guidance of İstanbul Aydın University Turkish Language Teaching Center’s (TÖMER). Within one year, more than 1200 young beneficiaries at high-school age and nearly 100 children between 5-6 years old have been reached.

In addition to the language courses, several seminars and workshops have been organized in order to support the beneficiaries while making decisions on their education and professional options. Through these seminars beneficiaries were expected to better correlate language knowledge and social life practices and consciously enroll in education.   Please see our project video for all details.   

 



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