Tag Archives: Kobani

Urgent/New Clashes in Kobani

The initial information that we have received state that on 25/06/2015 at 04:00 p.m multi-groups from ISIS armed forces entered Kobani mainly from the South side, the West side and the East side and north side. ISIS forces disguised and appeared as YPG and Free Syrian Army forces then entered the city, after entering the city they separated into different ...

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IMPR Humanitarian Response in Protecting Children of Syria

As of April 2015, a total of 1.8 million Syrian refugees are residing in Turkey. Over 400,000 Syrian children living in host communities remain out of school. The risk of losing a generation grows with every day that the situation deteriorates. Due to these facts, education and empower of children’s psycho-social condition are becoming important. In this context, IMPR Humanitarian ...

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Report No 14: KOBANI SITUATION ANALYSES & NEED ASSESMENT REPORT

Since September, 2014 Kobani was under siege and heavy bombardments, the damage driven by the war blocked off people from accessing to their basic needs from any field. During the war, about 220 thousand people were obliged to evacuate their houses from Kobani city centre and settlements which belong to Kobani Canton. After ISIS forces were defeated, a new period ...

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Reducing the Vulnerability of Kobani Children and Adolescents in Suruç

After Kobani crisis the International Middle East Peace Research Center “IMPR Humanitarian” has been supporting displaced people through different activities. One of these projects is the one that is conducted in Suruç district of Şanlıurfa. This is a Child Protection project that mainly focuses on the reduction of the vulnerability of Kobani children and adolescents in Suruç. Child Friendly Spaces ...

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Refugee of Children at Kader Camp – No Lost Generation

Since on November 2013 IMPR Humanitarian of  Risk Education Team have been to give session about rise awareness focus on  war residual with our partner DRC (Danish Refugee Council) and UNHCR (United Nations Refugee Agency) at urban of Şanlıurfa. While, we have been Kader Ortakaya Camp (Suruç) which is created by municipal  government  of Şanlıurfa to give children who fled ...

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