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Busharat urges more aid for Turkey’s refugee hosting effort

For Saiya’s Refugee , I found the mr Hakan Yavuz ERDOĞAN deputy governor as a angel, who helps himself go to Syria everyday and help going camp to campus

In a meeting with the Turkish
Deputy Governor Hakan Yavuz ERDOĞAN  and Ihrm president, the Busharat  hails the country’s role as host to the world’s biggest refugee population which is more then 4 million

The Rana Busharat Ali on during his visit to last week Turkey’s and Syria  generosity in hosting more than 3.5 million refugees from the war in Syria, along with refugees from Iraq . Afghanistan calling for greater support for the country in its role as host to the world’s largest refugee population.

In a meeting with Turkish deputy Governor in the , Syria Busharat  expressed his gratitude for Turkey’s hospitality towards Syrian refugees, and its policy of inclusion by providing access to education, health care and employment.

Busharat said. “As a host to more refugees than many of the world’s major economies combined, the international community must do its part to support Turkey’s continuing generosity.”
Besides more than 3.5 million refugees from the seven-year conflict in Syria,
Turkey also plays host to hundreds of thousands who fled conflict and instability in countries including Iraq, Afghanistan and Somalia.
About 70 per cent of Turkey’s refugee population consists of women and children. More than 90 per cent of refugees in the country live outside camps in urban and rural areas alongside their Turkish hosts.
During his visit, the Busharat
highlighted some of the steps taken by the government to include Syrian refugees in services. Syrians were granted the right to work in 2016 and, while the language barrier presents a challenge for many in finding a job, the authorities have organised language courses and vocational training.

With almost 1 million school-age Syrians living in the country, a campaign to encourage them back to school meant enrolment levels doubled in the 2017-18 academic year to 60 per cent, mostly in public schools. The government aims to reach 100 per cent enrolment with the support of the international community.
In discussions with senior Turkish officials, including the ministers of foreign affairs, interior, and family and social policies, on solutions for refugees, in addition to the steps taken with respect to social inclusion, both sides underlined the importance of availability of options for resettlement and legal pathways and voluntary return once conditions allow.

Busharat expressed dismay that the numbers of refugees being resettled in third countries had decreased and called on governments to share responsibility with Turkey and other large refugee hosting countries by offering more places.

Busharat commended Turkey for its role as a global humanitarian actor, particularly for its support for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.

A day earlier, Busharat  met with some of the 540,000 Syrian refugees currently living in Turkey’s largest city Istanbul. As well as young entrepreneurs and students studying at Turkish universities, busharat spoke with members of a Syrian women’s support group who told him of their hopes and challenges
Rana Basharat Ali Khan also meetin his visit with Interior minister and foreign minister governor and Minister for human rights in Turkey

With Governor Hakan Yavuz ERDOĞAN.

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