Turkey is home to the largest number of refugees in the world. According to the UNHCR, as of September 6th, 2018, Turkey has 3,5555,464 registered Syrians under temporary protection – more than 1.5 million of whom are children – in addition to more than 330,000 asylum-seekers and refugees from other nationalities. 182,577 Syrians live in the 21 official camps located in provinces along the Syrian border, while the remaining reside in host communities across the country.
Turkey, hosting around 4 million vulnerable foreigners, has the largest refugee population than any other country in the world. Most of the refugee population living in Turkey is consisted of vulnerable children and women. CCTE Programme which is implemented in close partnership with Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Services, As of September 2018, CCTE beneficiaries who received Ministry of National Education and UNICEF aims to payment at least once, reached approximately 376 remove financial barriers of poor families who have Thousand nationwide. school-aged children.
A magnitude 7.4 earthquake struck central Sulawesi, Indonesia on 28.09.2018 inducing tsunami as high as 6 meters in Palu and surrounding area. According to initial reports, the regions of Donggala and Palu, Parigi, Kasimbar, Tobolf, Toribulu, Dongkalang, Sabang and Tinombo are considered most affected by the earthquake and the subsequent Tsunami.
The country's disaster management agency confirmed that the death toll has risen to 1,400 as rescue teams were deployed to locate survivors.