Protecting the Most Vulnerable: Refugees in Turkey amidst COVID-19
This info-pack outlines Turkey’s ongoing policies and practices to protect vulnerable groups – refugees and migrants – amidst the Covid-19 threat.
Various different states across the world have had differences in their approach towards vulnerable communities. Turkey, which hosts the world’s largest refugee population with 3.6 million Syrians and 365,000 refugees of other nationalities, has taken measures to protect migrants and refugees from possible outbreaks in camps and among communities. This info-pack outlines Turkey’s ongoing policies and practices to protect vulnerable groups. So far, the government has taken important measures in providing health, accommodation welfare services. Refugees are also being informed about ways to protect themselves against the virus.