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  • AÇEV’s Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis

  • AÇEV conducts research, runs awareness-raising and advocacy campaigns, develops science- based early childhood development (ECD), parenting, and other adult education programs.

    AÇEV’s mission is to make a lasting contribution to society by improving the quality of individuals’ lives through education.

  • Syrian Refugee Crisis in Turkey

     Our aim is to formulate integration policies for the education

    and livelihood of Syrian refugee children

     Language adaptation challanges for non-Turkish speaking Syrian

    children

     Since the conflict in Syria is likely to continue for several more years,

    learn Turkish to better integrate into Turkish society.

    3,106,932 Syrian refugees in Turkey

    0-4 age group with no access to ECE services 425,650

  • Project Goals

    • Aim to reach 5-6 years old children who are not benefiting from a form of ECD service

    • Provide Syrian refugee

    children an accelerated preschool program and hence an opportunity to be prepared to enter first grade of a Turkish.

  • INTENSIVE PRESCHOOL EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR SYRIAN CHILDREN

  • GAP

    MULTIPLE PARTNERSHIPS REACHING ACROSS TURKEY

  • MoNe Istanbul Directorate, Esenler District

     MoNE, Plan International and Siemens

     AÇEV trained both Turkish and Syrian teachers

     At the completion of the program, all program-related classroom equipment transferred to MoNE’s public schools, providing newly-furnished preschool classrooms to the area Showcases a successful ECD model to scale up the program to broader contexts in other regions of Turkey and the Middle East

     Compliant with INEE standards

    1 Turkish, 1 Syrian

    teacher in each

    classroom

    2016 summer

  • AÇEV- UNICEF -- South-Eastern Administration PARTNERSHIP

     ACEV & UNICEF partnered with the South

    Eastern Regional Administration for :

    an early childhood education response

    in systems strengthening, increased

    access, and improved quality of

    inclusive education for Syrian children

     Preschool program was implemented in

    20 Community Centers, 300 children

    during the 2016 summer

     Project scaled up during the 2017

    summer:

    - 10 provinces

    - 140 classrooms

    - Turkish-Arabic bi-lingual trainers

    - 2100 children

  • Project Impact Short Term

    Children get a chance to start 1st grade as ready as their economically more

    advantageous peers

    Children will be better acquainted with Turkish so

    they do not suffer academically and

    psychologically in first grade

    Refurbishment for four preschool classes in the

    district

    Long Term

    Fill the gap between the high supply of and high need for

    ECE services for Syrian refugee children

    Children who attend the program will be more likely to

    enroll in and remain in primary school

    Local capacity building of young Turkish and Syrian teachers

    working together in the project

    Showcase quality preschool classrooms for future ECE

    implementations in the area

  • Impact on Children:

    • Enhanced pre-numeracy,

    pre-literacy, linguistic skills

    and self care skills Improved

    self-confidence and social

    skills with peers and adults.

    • Enrollment into first grade in

    the fall and continuation to

    primary school—as they will

    have fewer problems with

    understanding the language

    of instruction.

    Capacity Building:

    • Increased supply of

    furbished preschool

    classes.

    • Generates employment and

    develop capacity in the

    locally hired project team.

    • Trained preschool teachers,

    supervisors, and

    school/center coordinators,

    hence developing capacity

    in the area for delivering

    preschool training in the

    future.

  • Next

    Steps

     Raising mothers’ awareness, knowledge, and skills on early childhood development

     Positively affecting their child-rearing attitudes through involving them in a parenting program, where mothers meet weekly and discuss child development topics with a trained program facilitator

     Providing custom-tailored trainings leveraging AÇEV’s scientifically-proven education programs and training staff to implement them in community centers serving Syrian refugees

    Scaling the Preschool Program & Training Parents

  • A FAIR START

    ONE MORE CHILD

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