By the end of 2018, more than 645,000 Syrian and other refugee children were enrolled in Turkish public schools and temporary education centres across the country – a five per cent increase over the previous school year. Over 47,000 young Syrian and Turkish children were enrolled in early childhood education. The Conditional Cash Transfer for Education for refugee children expanded significantly in 2018, from 188,500 children enrolled in January to nearly 411,000 in December. More than 280,000 vulnerable refugees, migrants, asylum-seekers accessed community-based protection services via a network of 74 UNICEF-supported child and adolescent friendly spaces and centres across the country. Of these, nearly 200,000 were children, and more than 90,000 participated in structured child protection or psychosocial support programmes.UNICEF provided non-food items and basic needs support to vulnerable refugee, migrant and Turkish families, reaching more than 10,400 households with cash-based winter assistance in 2018 and distributing hygiene kits to over 57,000 children on the move.
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Relifweb(2018). UNICEF Turkey 2018 Humanitarian Results. Retrieved from https://reliefweb.int/report/turkey/unicef-turkey-2018-humanitarian-results.