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As the 5 separate Non-Governmental Organisations under the leadership of the Yetim Vakfı
(Orphan Foundation), we shared the social perpective against child abuse and chilren’s murder and solution offers with the public. We start hearing more often in the news media in the world and Turkey about the child abuse and juvenile delinquency shows that reach a serious problem. This process reveals the need to take quick and more effective measures. This process deepens the conscience and turns into a social reaction. We have gathered together under the leadership of the Yetim Vakfı (Orphan Foundation) and shared our Social Perspective and Solutions for Child Abuse and Murder as a result of joint work with Humanitarian Relief Foundation(IHH) , International Doctors Association (AID), International Refugee Rights Association (UMHD) and International Social Service Platform.
Hüsamettin Orhan, Vice Chairman of the Yetim Vakfı (Orphan Foundation) made the joint statement. Hüsamettin Orhan, who started his speech by wishing patience for the painful families and nation of our children who lost his life, underlined that preventive measures should be taken as soon as possible.
Due to the aforementioned table, Orhan said, “ From the recent events in the world and in our country, it is obvious that our children are at a serious risk. Because of the special circumstances in our children, our orphan children are even more vulnerable to this risk. In order to prevent this danger and to prevent these incidents from deeply hurting our nation, we urge the NGOs, the press and media organizations, the relevant bodies of our state and the entire society to act urgently on the above mentioned suggestions.” He listed below the solution offers:
1- Issues to be exercised by the State:
– A psychosocial risk map of all segments of the society is mandatory. As a result of these tests, preventive and protecctive social service methods should be…
Rohingya Muslims who left their country as a result of persecution and massacres in Myanmar and refuge in the camps in Bangladesh Cox’s Bazaar felt festive and experienced joy by humanitarian organizations conducting the victim activities in the camps came to the region from Turkey – The Turkish charities and volunteers distributed sacrifices to tens of thousands of families in Cox’s Bazar, where more than 1 million Arakanese Muslims live.
COX’S BAZAR (AA) – KAAN BOZDOĞAN – Rohingya Muslims who left their homeland because of attacks and massacres of Myanmar army took refuge in camps set up in the Bangladesh Cox’s Bazaar city, rejoiced holiday joy lived through aid organizations from Turkey.
Arakan Rohingya Muslims, who have been subjected to oppression, violence, persecution and massacres by various groups for centuries, live a life far away from their homeland Myanmar. Arakan, founded in the 15th century, has become a minority in the motherland of Arakanese Muslims, with the collapse of the Islamic State, the political power of Burma Sultanate in the late 18th century and the British influence of the region in the 20th century with its colonial understanding.
In this process, Arakan Muslims had to take shelter in the surrounding countries with the increase of violence and massacres in the country. In historical sources, 150 thousand people began in Çanbili in the town of Minbya, which began in 1942 and later in the massacres in Arakan, and 20,000 Arakanese Muslims were killed in the years 1962-1984 as part of the Burmese Socialist Party Program. Hundreds of thousands of Arakanese Muslims were forced to look at the surrounding countries, especially Bangladesh,…
The children paint their faces with the Turkish flag and Syrian revolution flag in the Unlimited
Festival event in the Euphrates Shield Region organized by The International Refugee Rights
The activities within the Unlimited Festival organized by the UMHD in the Euphrates Shield
Region, in order to bring happiness to children Syria, continued today.
Children participating in various activities carried out in the village of Dabik in the rural Aleppo,
created a row and wanted Turkish volunteers to paint their faces.
Some children, in order to show their love for Turkey, wanted to paint Turkish flag on one side
and the Syrian revolution flag on the other side of their cheek.
8-year-old Muhammad Anwar who paint Turkish flag on his face, stated that, he wanted this
paint to show his love for Turkey who helped and support him and his family.
Reza Hasan said (11) " I love Turkey because it protects us from the aircrafts of Syrian regime
that forcing us out of our home in East Guta.”
As part of the Unlimited Festival, which starts on Sunday, September 16, street games, movies,
shows and competitions will be organized for Syrian children in the Euphrates Shield Region.
The last two days of the festival, which will continue until 30 September, will be at Kilis