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In Turkey, Syrian Refugees Buy Food With E-Cards

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WFP and the Turkish Red Crescent distributing food e-vouchers in the form of visa cards to Syrian refugees in Kilis camp in Turkey. With those cards, refugees can buy fresh food from supermarkets inside the camp.

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Kilis refugee camp at the border between Turkey and Syria hosts 13,000 Syrian refugees in pre-fabricated houses. The camp is 50 km away from Aleppo from which most of the Syrian refugees in Turkey come.

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Kilis refugee camp at the border between Turkey and Syria hosts 13,000 Syrian refugees in pre-fabricated houses. The camp is 50 km away from Aleppo from which most of the Syrian refugees in Turkey come.

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A Syrian refugee using WFP-TRC food card to buy food from the camp supermarket. With this card, refugees can buy fresh vegetables, fruits, chicken, meat and dairy products available in the shops.

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Syrian children at the Kilis refugee camp situated at the Syrian-Turkish border.

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Syrian children at the Kilis refugee camp situated at the Syrian-Turkish border.

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Syrian children at the Kilis refugee camp situated at the Syrian-Turkish border.

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Syrian children at the Kilis refugee camp situated at the Syrian-Turkish border.

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Syrian refugee children in Kilis camp have access to schools inside the camp where they are taught the Syrian curriculum by Syrian refugee teachers.

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A Syrian mother cooking for her family after buying food with an E-Card supplied by WFP and the Turkish Red Crescent.

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WFP regional director Daly Belgasmi holding a two-day-old baby born in Turkey. The baby’s family now lives in Kilis camp after they fled Aleppo 7 months ago.

For the13,000 Syrian refugees living in the Kilis camp along the Syrian-Turkish border, e-vouchers in the form of visa cards have made it possible for them to purchase fresh produce from the supermarkets inside the camp.