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The new education project builds upon the Emergency Social Safety Net (ESSN) programme, which was launched by the European Commission in September 2016 to provide a debit card to the most vulnerable refugees so they can pay for essential needs like food and shelter.
“Children do not need education even in emergencies, they need education especially in emergencies so they can someday rebuild their lives – and their countries,” said UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake.
The €34 million 'Conditional Cash Transfer for Education' (CCTE) project will provide bimonthly cash-transfers as of May 2017 to vulnerable refugee families whose children regularly attend school.
[quote by=”Fethiye Tip”] You may also want to print off a copy and save one on your smart phone or other device as a backup.[/quote] Download the payment receipt for your records. You now have your very own Turkish Tourist E-Visa that is valid for a stay in the country of 90 days in total.
The Conditional Cash Transfer for Education programme In order to improve access to education for vulnerable children in both Turkish public schools and Temporary Education Centres (TECs), the CCTE will support the integration of refugee children into the existing national programme, which has been formally open to foreigners in Turkey since 1986.