The “Strengthening the Resilience of the Earthquake Survivors and Supporting Their Wellbeing Project,” carried out with the support and collaboration of OXFAM-KEDV (Foundation for the Support of Women’s Work), seeks to develop and implement measures against the risks faced by earthquake survivors in the area of protection. By mitigating existing risks, the Project aims to improve the mental well-being of survivors through awareness-raising activities.
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.
The “Provision of Humanitarian Assistance to the Earthquake Victims in Türkiye Project” is being implemented in collaboration with the Taipei Economic and Cultural Mission in Ankara with the aim of meeting the urgent needs of earthquake victims.
Implemented in collaboration with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), the “ASAM: Mental Health & Psycho-Social Support (MHPSS) to Earthquake Survivors Project” aims to improve the psychosocial wellbeing of earthquake survivors and mitigate further psychosocial risks.
Implemented with the financial support of the Directorate General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO), the ” Earthquake Response (EQR) in Türkiye Project” aims to provide protection to persons in need, particularly to vulnerable earthquake victims, and meet their basic needs.
Implemented in collaboration with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), the WFP Early Recovery by SES Project seeks to provide access to livelihoods for earthquake survivors who are living in provinces affected by the Pazarcık Earthquake and the ensuing disasters, have become unemployed owing to the earthquake and are in need.
With the “Child, Adolescent and Family Support Hubs Project”, launched in cooperation with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), protection services and support services for increasing psychosocial wellbeing are offered to children and their families in emergency situations.
Implemented with the support of Inditex, the Project aims to protect the rights of migrants and asylum seekers working in textile factories.