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Authors: آسيا التوم محمد إبراهيم
Keywords: الكوارث اللاجئين
تعليم الأطفال المتأثرين بالنزاعات المسلحة
Abstract: This study aims at education of the children who were affected by the armed conflict. In which the researcher used the qualitative or methodological approach to this topic by using scientific foundations and logical thinking in choosing the best ways to answer the questions, and the research used the a realistic manner. And this study used the descriptive and analytical approaches and the case study approach, with the aim of achieving the highest credibility and obtaining information More accurate and reaching realistic and objective results that contribute and add to this field a sufficient amount of knowledge and enhance the ambition and goal sought by this study. There are several efforts made to educate displaced children by official authorities and voluntary organizations, including the Turkish Endowment for Goods Organization, where it became clear from the results of this study that organisation play a major role in social, education, guidance and follow-up with children, and also play an important role in covering the needs, It provides basic food, health, economic and recreational services to children, and helps them in achieving their interests and determine their abilities. One of the most important recommendations of this research is the establishment of centers to train and rehabilitate children and their families and provide them with means of communication and modern technologies, as well as separating voluntary work from state policy so that external support is not affected by state policy, and the state should take care of its citizen and provide a decent life for them, and that Providing the necessities of life such as health, education, food, shelter and security.
URI: http://dspace.iua.edu.sd/handle/123456789/5622
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