Our lovely children with their beautiful performance in the SSG School child day.
أطفالنا الرائعون بمشاركاتهم الجميلة البريئة في عيد الطفل في تركيا. كل عام وأطفال العالم بألف ألف خير.
ابتدأت الأنشطة الصيفية في مرسين أهلاً وسهلاً بكم جميعاً.
تعلن منظمة SSG فرع مرسين عن فتح باب التسجيل للأنشطة الرياضية في قسميها الذكور والإناث.
تتضمن الأنشطة رياضة الكيغ بوكسينغ – التايكواندو – الجودو – وكافة ألعاب الدفاع عن النفس.
بالإضافة لأنشطة الايروبيك للسيدات والزومبا وبرامج تخفيف الوزن.
باب التسجيل مفتوح للجميع من كل الأعمار ومجاناً أهلأً وسهلاً بكم.
عنوان المركز : مرسين – جانب فندق مرسين – خلف جامع الحمام – مدخل نوتر 1.
رقم الهاتف : 03242333309
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Sosyal Suriye Grupları (SSG) Derneği olarak, Hatay Valiliği işbirliğiyle insani projelerin hazırlanması ve sunulması yöntemi ile ilgili bir eğitim kursu verdik. Dernek görevlileri ve bu eğitime ilgi duyanlar , Türkiye'de yerel insani çalışma seviyesini uluslararası eylem ve girişimler seviyesine yükseltmek amacıyla, bütçeleriyle birlikte insani projelerin nasıl hazırlanacağı ve sunulacağı konusunda eğitim aldı. Eğitim, Hatay Valiliği AB Büro yetkilisi Ahmet SALDIRAN tarafından verildi.
SSG Derneği yönetimi olarak , bu önemli eğitimde yaptığı işbirliği ve başarıya katkısından dolayı Hatay Valiliğine teşekkür ederiz.
قامت منظمة SSG بالتعاون مع ولاية هاتاي بإعطاء دورة تدريبية عن كيفية إعداد وتقديم المشاريع الإنسانية. حيث قام الأستاذ أحمد سالدران بتدريب الموظفين وعدد من المهتمين على كيفية إعداد وتقديم العروض لمشاريع إنسانية مع ميزانياتها بهدف رفع سوية العمل الإنساني المحلي في تركيا ليرتقي إلى مصاف الأعمال والمبادرات الإنسانيةالدولية.
إدارة منظمة SSG تتقدم بالشكر الجزيل لولاية هاتاي لحسن تعاونها وإنجاحها لهذه الدورة المهمة .
فخورون جداً بأطفالنا جيل المستقبل، بإنجازاتهم العظيمة رغم صغر سنهم، بتفوقهم رغم غربتهم ، بتميزهم رغم كل الصعاب.
أسرة منظمة SSG تبارك لجميع أولياء الأمور الكرام تفوق أبنائهم ، راجين من الله عز وجل أن يجعلهم من خيرة الشبان والفتيات وقرة عين لأهلهم وأفراداً منتجين في مجتمعاتهم. إن بناء الإنسان هي أصعب مهمة على وجه الأرض ونرجو أن نكون قد ساهمنا ببناء مستقبل مشرق لهؤلاء الأطفال الرائعين.
نرجو مشاركة المنشور على أوسع نطاق ليتسنى لجميع أطفالنا الاحتفال بنجاحهم وتفوقهم ، وليكونوا مثالاً يحتذى به لجميع الطلاب السوريين في بلاد الغربة.
بارك الله بكم ووفقكم دائما للخير وكل عام وأنتم بألف خير.
#SSG #TogetherWeCan #مدرسة_SSG
أعزائنا أولياء الأمور المحترمين :
يسرنا إبلاغكم أن يوم غد هو موعد توزيع جلاءات نهاية العام الدراسي 2018/2019 وذلك يوم الجمعة الموافق 14/06/2019
تمام الساعة ٩ صباحاً ولغاية الساعة الساعة ١١.
ألف مبروك لجميع طلابنا الناجحين المتفوقين .
يرجى مشاركة المنشورعلى أوسع نطاق ليصل لكل الأهل والطلاب في مدينة انطاكيا أو ذكر اسم حساب الأب أو الأم أو الطالب في التعليقات ليعرفوا موعد توزيع جلاء ابنهم أو ابنتهم.
وكل عام دراسي وأنتم بألف خير.
#معاً_نستطيع #مدرسةSSG #SSG #togetherWeCan #توزيع_الجلاءات_لعام2019
IOM continues its emergency programs in response to the Syria crisis. IOM activities cover six sector of assistance including: education, health, protection, basic needs, food security and livelihood.
During the month of April and May, IOM – with the support of UNICEF – provided transportation for 1,962 school children living in urban areas around Sanliurfa; transportation was also provided 714 students in Mersin. In the food sector, IOM continues with the support for the food kitchen run by the governor in Gaziantep. The food kitchen supports 737 Syrian households (around 4,000 persons) living in urban areas in Gaziantep with one meal per day. Additionally food vouchers were provided to 3,980 individuals in Kirikhan to purchase food from selected markets. As basic needs and access to services, remains a need for Syrians living the south east of Turkey, IOM supported 3,980 individuals living in Kirikhan in Hatay province through the provision of vouchers, to buy hygiene items. IOM also provided transportation assistance to 1404 Syrians refugees living in Adiyaman camp to reach market area in the province, enabling them to purchase necessary items that are not available in the camp facilities. In Mardin, 716 Syrians refugees were also provided with transportation, to move between camps in the province. 2580 persons were also provided with transportation assistance in Adiyaman camp to reach hospitals and health centers in city center.
IOM is also supporting community center in Sanliurfa in the provision of psychosocial activities and case management and Syrian Social Gathering center in Mersin. During April and May, more than 2000 persons participated in several psychosocial assistance activities. The SSG center also provides language courses for more than 1800 person during this period.
Abdullah – Community Center Antakya
A Story from Syria
“I want the world to hear a simple Syrian story,” says 17 year old Abdullah.
“I had the unfortunate luck of being born in Idleb, Syria. Years ago, I never would have said that sentence. I loved living in Syria. But after the fighting started, our lives were ruled by people carrying weapons. Basic rights and necessities, like clean water, were being taken away. People would suddenly disappear or be forced to form a human wall to protect soldiers, forcing civilians to die instead of the soldiers. At one point, most of the city fled to the countryside. About a month later, the bombing spread to the countryside too, so all the same people returned back to the city. Bombs were going off everywhere. There was no difference, no safe place, in the city or in the country.”
“One day, all my family was at home. A bomb fell on a neighbor’s house. Terrified, my father gathered all of us and we hid outside in the field by the trees. Then it happened another day and then another. We used to either hide by the trees or in the basement. We prayed that it would protect us.”
“On April 20, 2015 my mother asked my older brother to go to the market for some bread for breakfast. About five minutes later, two bombs fell on our house. Everything was destroyed. I was in the kitchen when it happened, but when I woke up, I was in the basement. I had no idea how I got there. I tried to move, but it was hard. Everything around me was dark. I felt like I was in a cave with everything wedged in with me. I felt wood and cement around me. I tried pushing it off. It took me over an hour to free myself and was finally able to see some light. I climbed towards it over the piles of stone that used to be my house. I climbed over the lamp that used to be in our sitting room on the first floor. Now, it was also in the basement with me. “
“As I was climbing out, I found my brother’s wife covered in blood. At first, I thought she was dead, but thankfully she was alive. Then I saw my sister stuck among the rubble. I tried pulling her out. I heard my older brother’s voice calling for us. I tried to answer him. ‘We are here’ but no one heard me. The sound of an ambulance drowned out all other noise. I called for my mother and father but still no one responded. No one heard.”
“My older brother survived because he was at the market. He worked with other rescuers to free me, his wife and our sister. I have another brother with a learning disability. Somehow, he managed to escape the house. I think the neighbors helped him. But he was hurt, a big piece of wood was sticking out of his leg. We were put in an ambulance that took us to a small village hospital. That’s where I learned my father and mother had died. They were literally blown to pieces. The people who helped me were not able to find them in their entirety.”
“We stayed on a farm in Syria as we recovered. All that was left of my family was now only my older brother, his wife, my sister and my brother with a disability. We heard that there were places in Turkey we could see a doctor so we paid someone to help us cross the border into Turkey. We had to pay them a lot of money – more than most people because of my younger brother’s disability. It was a very difficult and dangerous journey. Each of us were only allowed to carry one light bag so we would move faster. It was okay with us as we didn’t have much left after our home was destroyed.”
“I’ve lived in Turkey for over a year now with my brother, his wife and my other brother. When we first arrived, I wanted to register for school, but so many places required money for fees or transportation. We barely had enough money for food, there was no way we could pay for school or buses. Then I heard about a community centre that offers Arabic-language education for no charge. I was so excited that first day. I wondered what it would be like and who I would see. Here, at this community centre, I found a sort of home. I found friends my same age who understand what I’ve been through. The staff are also so kind to me. I came back home from the first day and felt like I must be dreaming. I had my dream come true to have such a good school. In fact, even in Syria, I’ve never had such a good school.”
“I can’t forget my past but I do think of the future now. Now, I want to fulfill my mother’s dream for me. I want to become a doctor.”
Abdullah attends a community centre in Antakya supported by IOM, run by Syria Social Gathering and funded by the European Union. IOM’s supported community centre in Antakya offers educational programs, legal assistance, vocational training, social cohesion activities and psycho-social support to over 23,000 Syrians living in Turkey’s Hatay province.
There are also many well-established charity organizations helping Syrian refugees in Mersin. Syrian Social Gathering is one of them. It was founded by a few Syrian businessmen to support the education of Syrian children.
“We register Syrian refugees, visit them regularly, collect data, and introduce our services. We try to help poor families and make sure their children have access to education,” said Mohammad Zein, chairman of Syrian Social Gathering.
The Syrian Social Gathering (SSG), run the community Centre in Antakya of Hatay Province, provide vocational trainings to 1,136 people on the following topics: computer/international computer driving license, English, Turkish, Arabic, Knitting and sewing/embroidery, human resource development, handcrafts and drawing, accounting management, and computer skills/programming. Females accounted for about 47% of the total beneficiaries, which indicates a good gender balance considering the tendency of men’s more active social participation in Syrian culture. Current website appears to be under construction: https://www.syrian-social-gathering.com/.