Support Centers Project:
The aim of the Support Centers is to accelerate the social recovery of children, youth, and women experiencing the disaster process through workshops and activities.
Following the February 6th earthquake, the joint effort of the public sector, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector brought the Support Centers to life. These centers were established to facilitate the social integration of those affected by the earthquake and to foster a sense of togetherness.
The Support Centers are youth-oriented; they provide content and venue support for projects led by young people to compensate for the losses caused by the earthquake. The weekly program of the Support Centers is regularly published on the Community Volunteers Foundation website.
Located in various locations within the earthquake zone, the Support Centers cater to different target groups.
About the Support Centers:
The Support Centers organize psychosocial support activities, school support initiatives, and activities promoting social healing to empower children and youth affected by the disaster living in container cities. Additionally, they conduct workshops focused on providing psychosocial support, hobbies, and vocational training for women benefiting from the Support Center, along with the children