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From Disasters Emergency Committee 27th March 2023
A new report from Fundanur Ozturk, Berza Simsek, reporting for BBC News in Turkey, tells the story of people still searching for loved ones, 7 weeks after the deadly earthquakes hit the region.
There is no official figure for the number of missing people across Turkey following the earthquakes, however nearly 2,000 unaccompanied children have been rescued from under the rubble and registered with the authorities, according to official figures provided by the Ministry of Family and Social Affairs.
DEC charities are continuing to work in Turkey and Northern Syria to suppose those affected by the earthquakes, providing medical treatment, shelter, psychological support and more.
Refugees Welcome Crawley stands in solidarity with the Ukrainian people in Ukraine and in the UK. We welcome Ukrainian refugees in our local communities.
Refugees Welcome Crawley (RWC) does not collect aid for Ukraine as our charity’s objectives are to support refugees, asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants in the Crawley area but we can put you in touch with charities that are doing this.
To donate to support the people of Ukraine, please see the below link to Disasters Emergency Committee appeal for Ukraine
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The Ukraine Family Scheme allows applicants from Ukraine to join family members or extend their stay in the UK.
If you are a Ukrainian refugee or refugee host in the Crawley area in need of assistance, contact us from the ‘Contact Us’ tab