Current Projects

Emergency Response Project in Şanlıurfa

In November 2014, as a result of the Kobane conflicts more than 290.000 Syrian refugees fled into Turkey. SGDD-ASAM carried out needs assessment and ensured aid distribution in the region of Suruç by starting to work in the field shortly after the conflicts. SGDD-ASAM has broadened the scope of the emergency response project and

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Protection Programme for Urban Refugees

Turkey, particularly in terms of Syrian nationals, hosts the largest refugee population which is more than 2.5 million. Alongside, it also hosts a considerable amount of Afghan and Iraqi refugees whose numbers are rapidly growing. In addition to the increasing numbers, the number of irregular migrants shows an upward trend. The ratio of encountering problems

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Multi-Service Refugee Support Centers

SGDD-ASAM, in cooperation with International Medical Corps (IMC) and The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) provides services in Istanbul, Sakarya, Gaziantep, Izmir and Adana with its Multi-Service Refugee Support Centers (MSC). The main goal of the centers is to improve the living conditions of Syrian refugees through improved access to healthcare and social services,

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Partner Registration of Newcomers

As an Implementing Partner (IP) of the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) Turkey Office, SGDD-ASAM has carried out pre-registration procedure for newcomers (non-Syrians) at its HQ office in Ankara since January 2013. SGDD-ASAM took over UNHCR main registration in May 2015. Registration to UNHCR is the first step for protection in Turkish asylum system. After

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