• The second half of life: Standing Amani’s ground with hope

    Amani, an Iraqi woman, who was forced to leave her hometown because of the war seeked asylum in Turkey in 2014 with her husband and 6 children. The family who entered Turkey from the Gaziantep border chose to settle in Ankara as most of their relatives live there. As Amani left her home town, her house, her thoughts and dreams behind to go to the unknown with fear.

    Read the Story of Amani
  • Being a family again far from home

    Mohammed and Faten got married 5 years ago where they lived once. When they attended the IMPR's session on legal procedures of marriage according to Turkish law, they learnt that their marriage status is not valid in Turkey.

    Read the Story of Mohammed and Faten
  • On the road to recovery: Story of Kamer

    Kamer is a 11-years old Syrian girl who came to Turkey in 2012 through Reyhaniye border by mass influx. She suffered from hearing loss. The protection team took the Kamer to the hearing center where they took her measures and ordered a headphone for her. Within IMPR Protection officers second intervention, Kamer was able to wear the headphone and showed reactions to her environment.

    Read the Story of Kamer
  • Removing the traces of the war: Story of Shaymaa

    Shaymaa Zeyad is a 28-years-old Iraqi woman, mother of three children. After an explosion, she and her family ran away from war to Turkey with her children 4 years ago. Now, she is living in Konya, far away from her relatives, friends and her close family members.

    Read the Story of Shaymaa
  • New hope after a long time of agony: Story of Taghreed

    She had to make a tough decision and follow her brothers’ step; she decided to migrate to another country in search for stability. Immigration became an obsession for people at the age of her, as they consider that the dreams which they could not achieve in Syria can come true in other countries.

    Read the Story of Taghreed
  • Story of Luloah: How to change refugees’ life by teaching Turkish?

    Luloah, a 33 years old Syrian woman is originally from Idleb, Syria and she used to live with her mother and sisters, their financial situation was good but after the war broke out in Syria, things were not the same anymore and all that was left for them were only small pieces of bloodstained bread. Therefore, the family had no option other than to displace to a neighboring country and the closest one for them was Turkey.

    Read the Story of Luloah
  • Changing lives: Marwan’s search for a safe haven

    Marwan is a 34 year-old Syrian man who has a wife and four children and just like the rest of the Syrian people, Marwan suffered a great deal from the war in Syria. He and his family was dragged from one place to another within the Syrian borders in an attempt to escape the atrocities of the war, yet he was also struggling with an inner war within himself which was his fight with diabetes.

    Read the Story of Marwan
  • Meeting with Women’s Community Center: Fadwa’s story

    When Fadwa and her family fled the war in Syria and sought refuge in Turkey four years ago, her husband tried to look for a job, but he was unable to find one. The father of four became desperate and this affected the manner he treated his wife and children and they became subject to verbal and physical assault.

    Read the Story of Fadwa
  • How Rania got a new life: Healing trauma with music

    Rania shares her memories of the shelling in Syria, then recounts how music and togetherness in the women’s community centre is helping her and her mother to look forward again.

    Read the Story of Rania
  • Art allows a young Syrian woman to dream of a better future

    Lamia is now an avid participant in all of the artistic classes the centre offers, primarily to Syrians refugees. Art offers a way for her to continue learning and forget the conflict, since she is not enrolled in school in Turkey.

    Read the Story
  • Stay strong: Escaping ISIS to sleepless nights

    Melike is one of the thousands of children who escaped from ISIS to Turkey with her family. By reason of the war in Iraq, Melike and her family had no opportunity to go out of their house for 7 months. In this time, they have witnessed the war by their own eyes.

    Read the Story of Melike
  • Saving lifes through direct interventions: The Story of Saja

    Sija suffered to burns from the second and third degree in her legs and back after the bomb attack because of there were no advanced hospitals in the village.

    Read the Story of Sija
  • 23RD APRIL, NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY AND CHILDREN'S DAY

    Message to #ChildrenofSyrian

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  • The importance of learning Turkish language for Syrians

    From Classroom to Outside

    Turkish Conversation Clubs, which are place for Syrian refugees who would like to use their Turkish skills in more than classroom settings, are another part of Urfa Community Center language courses. As other provided services at Urfa Community Center, conversation clubs also have been developed based upon demands and expectation of its beneficiaries.

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  • Restoring meaning and wholeness to personality

    Depression, tension, nervousness and anger are what Sama, a mother of eight children, feels as a result of the day-to-day violence she is subjected to from her husband, who is using thisas an avenue to release his stress.

    Read the Story of Sama
  • Khalil’s Story

    Hold on Life

    Khalil, 28 years old, escaped from Syria War with his family and he had to leave behind, his relatives, friends, school and all memories in his hometown Derazzor. Now he survives for the life with his family in Turkey.

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  • Our Hearts are the Secret of our Success

    “It’s amazing that you can give joy and hope to many children, and that you can make them feel that they have the right to do whatever they want regardless of all the difficulties facing them, and that you can support them psychically and psychologically with methods that the children adore, especially when you are working in a successful team within a NGO that give importance to all the small details in every human being’s life”

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  • Roza is one of the tens of millions children who escaped to Suruc

    A Child between War and Hope: Story of Roza

    She had to leave behind her house, friends, memories and her beloved pictures and crayons in Kobani.

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  • 3-4 February 2015: Mobile Children Festival

    Refugee children affect from war more than adults, they don’t have any place and materials for playing. They are already vulnerable and winter condition affected more. Even if it for one day, we can prepare playground for them. IMPR Humanitarian invites all of you to mobile children festival.

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  • robatics and Magician Performance in Urfa Community Center

    They are children & they are world

    Today, acrobatics and magician performance have conducted in Urfa Community Center.

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  • in Suruç

    Reducing the Vulnerability of Kobani Children and Adolescents

    After Kobani crisis the International Middle East Peace Research Center "IMPR Humanitarian" has been supporting displaced people through different activities.

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  • IMPR Humanitarian fights against winter conditions in Şanlıurfa

    Şanlıurfa is one of the cities that hosts the largest number of Syrian refugees. It’s one month into 2015, and the unexcepted cold weather has descended to Şanlıurfa. Temperatures plummet. This will be the fourth winter for the Syrian children beeing far away from their warm houses.

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  • IMPR Humanitarian Respect Days: Sheikh Adi and Yazidi Camp in Şırnak

    IMPR Humanitarian celebrated with Yazidi Sheikh Adi days. According to Yazidi sources: ‘Feast of Forty Days of Winter’ celebrated in the beggining of the New Year, they call this day also ‘Winter Feast’ which takes forty days to practice Sheikh Adi.

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Notes & Stories from the field

THIS WEBSITE AIMS TO mirror their journey of displacement and to be their voice

A large number of people has been forced to leave their houses, their loves, their lives and their hopes behind with their beloved countries.

AS IMPR HUMANITARIAN, we aim to use THIS WEBSITE TO mirror their journey of displacement and to be their voice.

During this journey we will share WHAT WE observe AS AN AID WORKER AND bring out some frames from THE FIELD. HERE Are the IMPR HUMANITARIAN NOTES FROM THE FIELD, let’s experıence the huge humanitarian plight and HOW WE LIVE, WHAT WE SEE AND WHAT IS THE SITUATION IN THE FIELD.

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IMPR has been carrying the humanitarian assistance programs in close collaboration with national and international communities.

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Non-formal Education

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Case Management

Case Management

Cash Assistance

Cash Assistance

Child Protection

Child Protection

Gender-based Violence

Gender-based Violence

Mental Health and Psychosocial Support

Mental Health and Psychosocial Support

Community Development

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Risk Education About ERW

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Capacity Building

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Health

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NOTES & STRORIES FROM THE FIELDS

The second half of life: Standing Amani's ground with hope

Amani, an Iraqi woman, who was forced to leave her hometown because of the war, seeked asylum from Turkey in 2014 […]

Read More

Being a family again far from home

Mohammed and Faten are Syrian refugees who entered to Turkey from Kilis a year ago. After the civil war became […]

Read More

On the road to recovery: Story of Kamer

Kamer is a 11-years old Syrian girl who came to Turkey in 2012 through Reyhaniye border by mass influx. Her […]

Read More

Removing the traces of the war: Story of Shaymaa

Once the pin of grenade is pulled, little shrapnel pieces can affect human lives and nothing can stand in front […]

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Taghreed Success Story

New hope after a long time of agony: Story of Taghreed

Taghreed is a 33 year-old Palestinian woman who was born in the Syrian province of Daraa, where she was brought up […]

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Story of Luloah: How to change refugees' life by teaching Turkish?

Luloah, a 33 years old Syrian woman married to a 35 years old Turkish man, lives with her husband in his […]

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Changing lives: Marwan's search for a safe haven

Marwan is a 34 year-old Syrian man who has a wife and four children and just like the rest of the […]

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Meeting with Women's Community Center: Fadwa's story

When Fadwa and her family fled the war in Syria and sought refuge in Turkey four years ago, her husband […]

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