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IMPR Humanitarian Internship Programme creates difference

IMPR Humanitarian Academic Internship

Since July 2016, IMPR Humanitarian has been implementing field based internship programmes for undergraduate and postgraduate students and those concerned for both part-time and fulltime who interested in humanitarian assistance that has more importance day-by-day within the region. Till now 169 interns have attended to the programme and completed at least 25-days internship programme. IMPR Humanitarian has provided the persons ...

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Combating Discrimination Workshop Report

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Millions of refugees around the world face discrimination and the fear behind it on a daily basis. This has critical implications not only for security and stability in refugee-receiving (and refugee-rejecting) nations, but also for population health and economic growth as well. Crisis situations have some known influences on physical and psychological health part of human life. It also changes ...

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16 Days of Activism Campaign Against Gender-Based Violence

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Since the beginning of the Syrian conflict in 2011, well over 6 million Syrians have fled to neighboring countries. Almost 2.5 million of Syrians have come to Turkey and live in camps and non-camp settings. Both as a direct result of the conflict in Syria and while fleeing from Syria to Turkey, some families have been separated. Traditional protection networks ...

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Digital Stories Workshop’s Exhibition with Syrian Youth

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Syrians in Turkey live without any income and hopes. Syrian youth are under the risk to become a lost generation. They need to show the streets that they walk, the city that they live, the pigeons that fly free without any border. In order to give opportunity to Syrians to show what they would like to tell to the others, ...

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Access to Education and Response of IMPR Humanitarian

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There are approximately 3 million Syrian have been living in Turkey since the start of Syrian conflict. 9% of them is living in the camps which were established by AFAD and 91% of them is living outside of the camps. Syrians, 77% of them are children and women, can’t reach to services easily due to lack of information although Turkey ...

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IMPR Center Women’s Community Center Evaluation Report

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IMPR Humanitarian has launched Women’s Community Center (WCC) in Şanlıurfa On the International Women Day, 8th of March, 2015.  WCC in Şanlıurfa is still continuing its operations since March 2015, in conducting the aforementioned 10 different branch activities together with the support of UNFPA. WCC, which is the only women’s community center located in Şanlıurfa city center providing services for refugee ...

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IMPR Humanitarian Situation Update: July 2015

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HIGHLIGHTS Urfa Community Center: During the July 2015, IMPR has been conducted 21 lifeskill activities  such as Turkish/English courses, hairdresser, sewing, computer and mobile harware courses targeting 443 Syrians. Through 11 psychosocial sessions such as aerobic, henna, guitar/saz courses, IMPR has reached 196 Syrians.  For more information of Urfa Community Center, you can download the full situation update Women Community Center: IMPR Humanitarian ...

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IMPR Humanitarian Situation Update, June 2015

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HIGHLIGHTS Urfa Community Center: During the Ramadan, IMPR conducted after Iftar activities.  Everyday, nearly 50 Syrians attended after Iftar activities. In the report, there are some figures and statistics related IMPR’s SNF programme, recreatinal activities etc. Women Community Center: At the IMPR’s Women Community Center, Syrian women get beneffit from recreatinal activities and reproductive health services daily. IMPR also makes case management ...

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IMPR Humanitarian Akçakale Assesment Report

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This assessment was carried out in Akcakale from 06/12/2015 to 06/17/2015, 1200 individuals were displaced from Tel el-Abyeed, now are settled in Akcakale participated in this assessment and kindely shared their ideas, opinions and thoughts with IMPR Humanitarian team, to this we are thankful for sharing their ideas and information with us and putting their trust in us. The results ...

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IMPR Humanitarian Situation Update, May 2015

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HIGHLIGHTS Urfa Community Center: The main objectives of the IMPR’s Community Center in Urfa to promote the survival skills of the war effected community through improving their livelihood, social integration, reducing the effects of the crisis and ensuring full access of the basic rights and raise awareness among displaced and host communities. Therefore, IMPR aims to establish a community center to provide ...

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