Middle East & North AfricaSyriaTürkiye|
Life for Syrian Refugees Outside of Turkey’s Camps
March 25, 2015
The southeast provinces of Turkey, on the Syrian border, are home to hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees. Some of the refugees have been there for up to four years. Most are struggling to get by and trying to avoid having to go into a camp. The Turkish government is in the process of registering Syrians, but those who have not yet become “official” are not eligible for government assistance.
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