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There are more than 3.4 million Syrian refugees in Turkey. Due to the challenges in getting a legal status, financial problems, language and cultural barriers, some Syrian refugees face difficulties in accessing health facilities and other public services. In order to improve access to the relevant services, and therefore their integration into the Turkish public system, Doctors of the World Turkey – Dünya Doktorları Derneği (DDD), with support from the European

UOSSM is providing mental health and psychological support services for Syrian refugees with the support of Doctors of the World Turkey (Dünya Doktorları Derneği) and has started a new project in cooperation with WHO to provide psychological support to humanitarian aid workers. UOSSM is conducting phone-consultation with all Arabic-speaking staff working in the humanitarian sector and based in Turkey. This initiative helps them dealing with work, context, family and surrounding-related stress

UOSSM is providing mental health and psychological support services for Syrian refugees with the support of Doctors of the World Turkey (Dünya Doktorları Derneği) in Gaziantep and Hatay.  Within the scope of their psychological/social support programme, they have been conducting activities in schools and orphanages. They support the psycho-social developments of the children, in these cities with the help of individual and group therapies besides psycho-social support to teachers and care-gi

United Nations Agencies and NGO partners has released the 2018 Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan (3RP) in December 2017, which designed to support over five million refugees from Syria and the vulnerable communities hosting them in neighboring countries. In Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan which is written with the contribution of the many agencies which works in the field, it is stated that “Notwithstanding this generous response, the health needs of Syrian refugees remain high across