International experiences in sheltering the Syrian refugees in Germany and Turkey
About 6.8m Syrian people are displaced and living around the world. The hosted countries had to provide help and assistance to those people who targeted these countries in order to find a safe and secure place. This research is significant to know the Germany and Turkey experience in their response to the Syrian refugee crisis. Consequently, a qualitative approach has been used based on content analysis and literature review. The researchers used different sources, such as reports of UNHCR, aid agencies, as well as the reports of news agencies. The researchers concluded that the Syrian refugees in Germany and Turkey have experienced some difficulties in the main topics of the research including registration, education, health and shelter services in both countries. In light of the study results and the review of the previous studies, the researchers recommend to pay more attention to the Syrian refugees in Germany and Turkey by promoting the provided services.
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