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السوريون في أورفا التركية.. معاناة مريرة ومستمرة

The majority of Syrian residents in Turkey in general and the city of Urfa in particular live on relief aid, and few have access to jobs and income. While the majority depend on the daily work, the availability of their aid to secure the house and water and electricity bills and this card “relief” and this work barely lift them from the poverty line, but now it seems that the Turkish government is considering the situation of families again to provide this card for the most needy. And my question to one of the families how this is done and what are the grounds on which the family is chosen?
Abu Abdullah replied:

It is supposed to be done according to the availability of breadwinner for this family or not, and if they have a patient or disabled, perhaps the priority goes to widows, orphans and those with children. These basic standards they adopt but often do not apply and may be due to the interview with the family may interfere with the mood as usual in that. Abu Abdullah confirmed that most of the new arrivals have not yet received the card of the Crescent waiting for the message confirming that or reject their request, and that some of those who refused the request had been intercepted and contacted with them to take new information but without a response until the moment.

The card has been given to families with dependents and even private businesses, their situation is affordable and people who are most in need have been rejected.
Abu Idris has four disabled children. He has one young man who can work but his request has been rejected. Families who have already benefited from this aid still wait for the letter confirming or rejecting their request. That message has become crucial for some because they have no breadwinner but God, and this is the case for more than 80 percent of the families. They have orphaned children, widowed women, or have disabilities, and since Orfa is a low-labor city, this puts pressure on the family.
When I asked one of the staff working there why he was late, he said to me: The government may be re-studying all the families again, and everyone may be granted this card, but the value of the grant may be reduced to one person. Each person is supposed to have 100 TL but may be reduced to 65 All families.
And the story of aid organizations and relief we asked a number of heads of households how are distributed and how to be quotas
answered Abu Abdullah said , the
problem does not have a cooperation between these organizations if gritted help relatives at the expense of others , but the distribution is mostly random as if they met to form one and schedule one , They would have been able to ensure the equitable distribution of all families.
Most of these organizations each have a specific quantity. Once the distribution is over, one family may get more than one share of more than one and the other gets nothing.
About a quarter of a million Syrian refugees, mostly from Deirzur and Raqqa, live in the Turkish city of Urfa, and all of them are waiting for a message that may determine their fate either in the city or in the camps. The problem is that there is no cooperation between these organizations if we turn a blind eye to the help of relatives at the expense of others, but the distribution is mostly random. If they met in one form and with one schedule, they would be able to ensure the equitable distribution of all families. Most of these organizations each have a specific quantity. Once the distribution is over, one family may get more than one share of more than one and the other gets nothing. About a quarter of a million Syrian refugees, mostly from Deirzur and Raqqa, live in the Turkish city of Urfa, and all of them are waiting for a message that may determine their fate either in the city or in the camps. The problem is that there is no cooperation between these organizations if we turn a blind eye to the help of relatives at the expense of others, but the distribution is mostly random. If they met in one form and with one schedule, they would be able to ensure the equitable distribution of all families. Most of these organizations each have a specific quantity. Once the distribution is over, one family may get more than one share of more than one and the other gets nothing. About a quarter of a million Syrian refugees, mostly from Deirzur and Raqqa, live in the Turkish city of Urfa, and all of them are waiting for a message that may determine their fate either in the city or in the camps. Once the distribution stops, one family may get more than one share of the other and nothing else. About a quarter of a million Syrian refugees, mostly from Deirzur and Raqqa, live in the Turkish city of Urfa, and all of them are waiting for a message that may determine their fate either in the city or in the camps. Once the distribution stops, one family may get more than one share of the other and nothing else. About a quarter of a million Syrian refugees, mostly from Deirzur and Raqqa, live in the Turkish city of Urfa, and all of them are waiting for a message that may determine their fate either in the city or in the camps.

Yasmine El Mashaan.