Implemented with the support of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and in coordination with the Republic of Türkiye Ministry of Health, the “Increasing Access of Women and Girls to Reproductive Health Services in the Provinces Affected by the Earthquake Project” seeks to facilitate access to health services for people affected by the disaster.
The “Refugee Protection, Community Outreach, and Solutions in Urban Areas Project” is being implemented in partnership with the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR). Following the earthquake that occurred on 6 February 2023 in the epicenter of Kahramanmaraş, the Project, having its scope extended, began providing protection services to those affected by the earthquake.
Implemented in collaboration with the Republic of Türkiye Ministry of Health and Taipei Economic and Cultural Mission in Ankara, the “Facilitating the Provision of Health Services for the Earthquake Survivors in Türkiye Project” seeks to facilitate access to health services for those affected by the earthquake.
With the “Al Farah Child and Family Support Centers for Refugee Children Project”, which was launched in 2016 with the collaboration of the United Nations Children’s Fund, protection services are offered to asylum seeker children, adolescents and their families, and child friendly activities are carried out by making the necessary referrals for children to develop most efficiently.
Provision of equitable and quality essential health services for Syrian refugees in Türkiye to improve their access to health services is implemented in scope of the WHO Refugee Health Program by the World Health Organization (WHO) and Provincial Health Directorates of the Republic of Türkiye Ministry of Health.