Our activities do not only comprise domestic fieldworks for children in Turkey but also overseas fieldworks for world children without making any religious, linguistic, racial or ethnical discrimination. Till this day, we performed 10 overseas fieldworks with several workshops for needy children.
On 22-27 January 2018, we conducted a fieldwork in short film and photography, invention, painting, music and sports workshops at Balabharaty Central School in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India, where we discovered the social skills and talents of children of the world.
On 24-31 July 2017, we conducted field work with children studying at Mustafa Kemal Atatürk Primary School and Liceo Glayds Valenzuela School with different workshops in order to discover and develop the social skills and abilities of children of the world in the Chilean country of South America.
In partnership with SosyalBen Foundation and the Brooklyn Municipality, the SosyalBen volunteer young people met with immigrant children living in Brooklyn. Volunteers helped children discover their social selves and skills through diverse workshops at Bedford Village School in Brooklyn July 8-16, 2017.
Due to the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Turkey and Jordan on 15-23 April 2017; we conducted fieldworks in dance, photography, invention, short movie, music and sports workshops with refugee children with the support of Amman Turkish Embassy, Kibar Holding and Turkish Airlines to enable the children who live in UNRWA Wihdat Camp to discover their own social skills and look to the future with more confidence.
After the coldest capital in the world, we reached Balkans and conducted a fieldwork in Montenegro on 1-6 June, 2016 not to leave any corner of the world that we haven't reached. We conducted 5 different workshops for 225 children in Bisevo village of Rozaje city. We strived with a week of workshops where children could explore their own selves, followed by a demonstration to help them look more confident in the future.
Between 23rd November and 1st December, 2015 in Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, the coldest capital of the world, we met 180 children. Our 7 volunteers worked in short film, music, dance, painting, invention and photography workshops so that children could explore their talents. While conducting workshops with children at -25 degrees, we successfully completed our field work with the warm smiles of the children of our future.
Following the earthquake in Nepal in June 2015, as the first Turkish Association working with children in the region; on the 41st day of the disaster, we carried out our field work in the village called Nagarkot of Bhaktapur district, which is 2 hours away from the capital Kathmandu. Together with our 5 volunteers, we worked in painting, music, invention and dance workshops for 5 days. On the last day of our study, we shared in their happiness by distributing the collected aid to the children personally.
We were in a field study conducted in Cambodia, the Gulen country of the Far East, from January 18 to 25, 2015, in a region far from the city center. We met with over a hundred children in the workshops held in English. In the country, where weekly training was less than 20 hours, we spent 36 hours working with children in dance, short film, music and invention workshops.
Our fieldwork, which was the second of our overseas sites and took place in Gambia between January 18 and 25, 2014, was in a town three hours away from the city centre. We met 150 children in our workshops which were held in English. In 36 hours of workshops involving 7 volunteers, we worked on the themes of dance, music, painting, invention and jewelry design.
We organized our first international fieldwork in Skopje in June 2013 with 15 volunteers and 80 children. In our field study, we conducted sports, table tennis, theatre, jewelry design, painting, music and dance workshops. We also met with the Yuruk Turkish Children in eastern Macedonia on March 15-22, 2015. We have worked to improve children's self-confidence through different workshops such as invention and culture, painting, music, dance, photography, creative writing.
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