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Syrian orphans centers suffer lack of fund

Syrian Refugees | 2018-10-09 19:02:00
Syrian orphans centers suffer lack of fund
(Zaman Al Wasl)- The scarcity of funding increases the probability of the closure of the "Orphan’s Cry" center, for orphans of Syrian refugees, in the Turkish Yildag region on the Syrian-Turkish border.

According to Ahmed Bdeiwi, the media official of the center, the fundings were received  from some individuals in the form of personal donations , also from a Turkish association, but the latter was transferred to the Syrian income and abandoned the center, the source says.

"Bdioui" pointed that the center includes more than 250 children and provides them with educational and recreational services, which is threatened to close within a month.

He added that children between the ages of 5 to 14 years receive a bilingual education in the Arabic and the Turkish language, as well as memorizing the Holy Quran and teaching them the arts of painting and handicrafts, in addition to taking them trips to the sea and archaeological areas, to help the children overcome their depression, isolation and compensate them a little for the loss of their loved ones.

In addition to organizing sewing and handicrafts courses for the mothers of children, in order to provide them with an access to the labor market , so they can be financially Independent relying on themselves to overpass the atrocities of the war.

Zaman Al Wasl
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