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Palestinian Refugees Take Part in Training Course South of Turkey

Published : 02-11-2020

Palestinian Refugees Take Part in Training Course South of Turkey

The Turkish Association for Solidarity with Palestine (FIDAR) wrapped up a training course in computer maintenance in Reyhanli province, south of Turkey. 15 Palestinian refugees from Syria took part in the training, which last for two months and a half (40 hours).

FIDAR’s training and development chief said the course aims to enhance the knowledge and skills of Palestinian refugees and boost their scientific expertise. 

Palestinian refugees from Syria in Turkey have increasingly expressed concerns over their deteriorating condition particularly in light of the new movement clampdown imposed across Turkish provinces as part of anti-coronavirus measures.

A large number of companies, factories, and shops shut their doors for fear of further COVID-19 contaminations. Several Palestinian families have lost their sole sources of income as a result.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10871

The Turkish Association for Solidarity with Palestine (FIDAR) wrapped up a training course in computer maintenance in Reyhanli province, south of Turkey. 15 Palestinian refugees from Syria took part in the training, which last for two months and a half (40 hours).

FIDAR’s training and development chief said the course aims to enhance the knowledge and skills of Palestinian refugees and boost their scientific expertise. 

Palestinian refugees from Syria in Turkey have increasingly expressed concerns over their deteriorating condition particularly in light of the new movement clampdown imposed across Turkish provinces as part of anti-coronavirus measures.

A large number of companies, factories, and shops shut their doors for fear of further COVID-19 contaminations. Several Palestinian families have lost their sole sources of income as a result.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10871