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International aid organization CARE President: We owe gratitude to Turkey. 19.07.2019
CARE International President Michelle Nunn, Syria, the major part of the responsibility for the global community in the crisis, noting that Turkey has undertaken, "gratitude both for the leadership he showed in humanitarian aid to Turkey, we owe support as well. We hope to complete the work of the government with the projects we undertake So together." said.


Nunn, AA correspondent, Turkey Grameen Microfinance Program, the project carried out within the scope of, first, Gaziantep, Hatay, living in Kilis and Sanliurfa and the business idea Syrians and said they intended to boost Turkish women.
Although the project started a few months ago, the economic and social change in the lives of women using microcredit is promising, Nunn said, "Syrian women are trying to establish their own businesses with the small loans they receive, among the women I talked to make and sell, selling their beauty products. he said.

"SEE AS ​​OPPORTUNITY"

Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu and AFAD President Mehmet Güllüoğlu said that their meetings were fruitful. "The Turkish government sees the project as an opportunity to develop solidarity between Syrian and Turkish women as well as to improve their self-confidence and economic decision-making capabilities."
Nunn, the CARE pointing out that they operate since 2013 in Turkey, "especially Syria, we have focused on providing humanitarian aid to those affected by the crisis. CARE Turkey still provincial immigration authorities, especially other public authorities and relevant ministries coordination with the Syrian refugees and needy Turkey trying to respond to the needs of citizens. " said.

"We owe GRATITUDE TO TURKEY"

In Turkey, Syria, emphasizing that undertook the major part of the responsibility for the global community in crisis Nunn, "gratitude both for the leadership he showed in humanitarian aid to Turkey, we owe support as well. We hope to complete the work of the government with the projects we undertake So together." he said.

MICROCREED CAN BE APPLIED IN OTHER PROVINCES

Turkey Waste Prevention Foundation Board of Trustees Chairman Prof. Dr. Aziz Akgül said that they aim to reach 900 women in need, 60 percent of whom are Syrian, by the end of September. "The evaluations we made with CARE are very positive. In their meetings with the Minister of Interior, they stated that they want to continue their activities in cities such as Mardin, Istanbul and Adana. said.

MICROCREDIT PROGRAM

In 2006, 175 countries, including Turkey, in the applied program awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, as well as Time magazine as "one of the 10 ideas that Changed the World" was shown. under Turkey Grameen Microfinance Program for the first year of the projects will create 540 a Syrian women's 900 women 1 million 125 thousand pounds aims to provide microcredit.

WHAT IS CARE?

CARE is one of the leading global actors working around poverty alleviation. CARE has been operating since 1945, targeting the most important causes of poverty, such as access to basic food, social and health services. In 2018, Care reached more than 100 million people in 94 countries with more than 33 33 poverty-fighting, development and humanitarian aid projects.