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The civil war that broke out in Syria in 2011 caused a large influx of Syrian refugees to Turkey. At the end of 2015, only 12 percent of the nearly 2.5 million registered people lived in refugee camps. As of November 2021, the majority of Syrian refugees, who were registered as 3,738,032, are scattered in cities. The multiplicity and long-term existence of asylum seekers puts pressure on Turkey and the municipalities they are affiliated with. Asylum seekers often lack a perspective that would allow them and their families to plan for their future existence. TAMEB Project financed by the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ); It carries out activities in order to eliminate this deprivation, to ensure the integration of refugees into Turkish society, to provide Syrian refugees as well as Turkish citizens with limited opportunities with the necessary skills to generate income from employment or entrepreneurship activities, and at the same time to generate added value for Turkey.

For these purposes, TAMEB; provides Turkish Education to Foreigners, which is the first and most important step of social integration; It eliminates the language problem at the point of social integration and participation in the economic system. With the principle of social contact, TAMEB carries out Social Cohesion Studies by enabling Syrians under temporary protection and Turkish citizens to study together and meet in common activities.
TAMEB; In addition to young and adult Syrians, Turkish citizens with limited opportunities (unskilled or unemployed) are employed or have the necessary knowledge, application skills and documents for income-generating entrepreneurship activities, such as textile, food drying, cooking, pastry, house and institution cleaning, plastics. It provides vocational training in the fields of pipe fitting, offers occupational health and safety trainings in accordance with the field of each profession, and makes its trainees individuals who are ready to be a part of the economy.

In addition to the certified vocational trainings, TAMEB within the scope of the project; supports young entrepreneurs, who are the cornerstone of the economy, with entrepreneurship trainings; With business coaching applications, it provides consultancy support from the application process to the employment process of the trainees. With childcare support and first step support for women; TAMEB, which eliminates the factors that may make it difficult for women to participate in the economic system, makes special efforts to enable women to engage in income-generating activities and create their own sustainable income sources.