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The United Nations’ culture and education agency has praised Turkey in a new report for its “commitment to include Syrian children in its education system.”

“Turkey hosts 1 million refugees of school age and has committed to include them in its national education system...


The first of 30 schools, which are being built by funds from Kuwaiti donors, opened in southeastern Turkey for Syrian refugee children. Some 30,000 Syrian children will attend the schools funded by Kuwaitis.

Children in a classroom at the newly opened Kuwaiti-Turkish Fr...


KidsRights Report: alarming educational gap for Syrian refugee children looming, international donor community and host countries falling drastically short of commitments

International children’s rights foundation KidsRights has published a new report revealing the al...


By Hosam al-Jablawi

Some 23,000 Syrian teachers took refuge in Turkey, and while many are unemployed, some found work in temporary schools for refugees. Syrian journalist Hosam al-Jablawi says many now fear for their jobs as Turkey tries to integrate refugees into the n...


By Ayşe Betül BAL

Syrian children who came to Turkey as refugees take Turkish lessons from volunteers and are being introduced to Turkish culture so that they can better integrate with the society

It was the last week of 2017 and there was unseasonably warm in Istanbul...


Turkish Family Ministry grants 25.6 million Turkish liras ($6.6 million) of financial aid to 136,000 foreign children

Turkish Family and Social Policy Ministry has provided a total of 25.6 million Turkish liras ($6.6 million) of financial aid to 136,000 foreign children...


By Laura Pitel

Female Syrian refugees take part in a workshop on sexual health, held in the living room of a volunteer, where many attendees said that they had never received any formal education about reproductive health, sex and childbirth. The workshop takes place at...


World leaders called for action to help young refugees and internally displaced youths at the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) yesterday, hosted and attended by Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, chairperson, Education Above All ( EAA) Foundation. 





Today, Turkey hosts more refugees than any other single country—almost 3.3 million. The vast majority are fleeing the civil war in Syria, and almost half are under the age of 18. A devastating consequen...


According to DW correspondent Diego Cupolo, EU funds expanded education opportunities for Syrian refugees in Turkey, but lack of physical classroom space and language skills still pose challenges for nearly a million children.  

Of the many services directed t...


REPORT from Theirworld edited by Ewan Watt

A three-year plan will see official schools take in students currently in temporary education centres and those not getting any education.

Turkey has announced more details about its three-year plan to get all Syrian refugee chi...

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