Refugee Support Association reached 100 thousand refugees in Turkey in one year 06 January 2022, 00:10
Refugee Support Association (MUDEM), an impartial and non-profit non-governmental organization, reached one hundred thousand refugees with its activities in 2018.
MUDEM, which carries out social, psychological and legal consultancy activities for refugees, touched the lives of more than fifty thousand refugees with the events it organized.
touched 100 thousand lives
MUDEM continues to work towards meeting the social, economic and cultural needs of refugees, and to carry out personal development and social cohesion activities for its beneficiaries. MUDEM, which carries out activities aimed at solidarity with refugees who had to take shelter in Turkey due to reasons beyond their control, reached over one hundred thousand refugees in 2018.
Made a difference in the lives of refugees
MUDEM, which provides support activities to its beneficiaries with its operations in twenty-two provinces across the country and its staff consisting of expert employees, touched the lives of thousands of refugees, according to 2018 year-end data. According to these data, 19,917 people benefited from social, 17,316 health and 12,808 refugees legal consultancy services in the centres. Thousands of beneficiaries who benefited from consultancy activities and participated in the activities explained their problems and found solutions to their problems by receiving the necessary consultancy services. Many beneficiaries developed themselves through personal and social development activities and made a difference in their lives. MUDEM, which prioritizes activities for disadvantaged groups, especially women, children, the disabled and the elderly, organized activities in many areas, especially social cohesion and awareness-raising activities. With the personal development, social cohesion and cultural activities it carried out, it reached more than fifty thousand refugees. Bringing together the local and refugee population with activities such as cultural events, festivals and concerts, MUDEM hosted many events that increase social cohesion. Reaching refugees with limited access to centers with its field workers, MUDEM made nearly four thousand home visits with the permission and coordination of relevant public institutions and organizations, and reached refugees in need of support on site.
Awareness of the growing refugee and migration problem
Drawing attention to the increase in the number of refugees who had to leave their country due to the rapid increase in conflict and violence events in the world due to war and discrimination, MUDEM also contributed to producing solutions for their issues by organizing awareness-raising conferences and events on refugee and migration issues throughout the year.
Our work in 2018 could not have reached this point without our relevant public institutions, partners, donors, and most importantly, our beneficiaries who have not spared their trust in us. Welcome!
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