Syrian Youths in Turkey Receive Certificate of Proficiency in Turkish

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According to the press release by AFAD (Turkish Disaster Management Center), efforts have been stepped up to coordinate all humanitarian needs of Syrians who had to flee to Turkey from war-torn Syria since April 2011, such as accommodation, health, food, education.

In this context, “TÖMER Language Course” project was initiated to provide Syrian high-school and university students with “Certificate of Proficiency in Turkish” which is necessary for their continuance of education in Turkey.

The first graduates of the Language Course Project which was started with 1700 students and developed with the cooperation of Prime Ministry AFAD, Prime Ministry Presidency for Turks Abroad and Related Communities and UNICEF to receive their certificates of proficiency. Representatives of Prime Ministry AFAD and Presidency forTurks Abroad and Related Communities, UNICEF Turkey Representative Dr. Ayman ABULABAN and the Rector of Gaziantep University Prof. Dr. M. Yavuz COŞKUN will present Certificates of Proficiency in Turkish between 02-03 October 2013 in Gaziantep, Adıyaman and Kahramanmaraş to youths who successfully finish their courses.

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