Ravda Nur Cuma speaking on behalf of Syrian women and Girls at the United Nations Headquarters in NewYork.

United Nations Headquarters in NewYork

The Republic of Malta, her excellency Dr Helena Dalli, minister for European affairs and Equality, her royal highness, princess Nisreen Al Hashemite, CEO Royal academy for international trust invited Ravda Nur Cuma and her colleagues from Ravdanur Foundation to speak on behalf of Syrian women refugees at the 3rd International day for women and girls in science forum held at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City.

Our Current Projects

Ravdanur is an independent philanthropic and advocacy association that aims to improve living standards of refugees, asylum seekers and displaced people in Turkey and those who suffered during the war, focusing on young children, boys and girl’s education, health and protection.

This project is focusing on encouraging education, and preventing early marriages. Target families 200. Total budget 150.000 Euro funded by local businessmen and local authorities.

Focusing on educating families about the importance of sending their young girls to school as education is the one and only solution.

Empowering single parent women; the main idea of the project is to empower single women who have school age kids, making sure that their kids are attending available schools in the area.

Potential projects

Ravdanur is an independent philanthropic and advocacy association that aims to improve living standards of refugees, asylum seekers and displaced people in Turkey and those who suffered during the war, focusing on young children, boys and girl’s education, health and protection.

Euphrates Shield and Idlib

Educational projects

Educational projects

Evaluating teachers, training and certification. Focusing on over 900 teachers currently working within schools in Qabbasin, Bzaa , Albab and villages around.
Women related projects

Women related projects

Empowering women project Elbab, Qabbasin and Bizaa. Introducing various projects to build their capacity.
Stability and capacity building

Stability and capacity building

Training for local councils and local administration. Three main local councils in the area, covering their desire and needs, computer and IT courses, management courses and language courses.

Potential projects

Turkey

Ravdanur is an independent philanthropic and advocacy association that aims to improve living standards of refugees, asylum seekers and displaced people in Turkey and those who suffered during the war, focusing on young children, boys and girl’s education, health and protection.

Syrian Refugees

The number of Syrians who have fled war to seek refuge in Turkey has reached 3,208,131 as of September 28, according to the Directorate General of Migration Management.

Turkey's welcome to Syrians provides refuge to victims of war and protects vulnerable individuals from the threat of human trafficking.

Integration projects

Focusing on Syrian refugees living in Turkey to integrate with the Turkish society, learning about Turkish culture and Turkish language as well as how to live in Turkey, laws and rules.

Child protection projects

Focusing on kids who are not attending schools, young girl’s problems, how to avoid and what to do.

Capacity building project

This project focusing on educating refugees living in Turkey, training them and link them with job opportunities, follow up and solve their problems until they reach full stability.

Medical projects

A mobile optical clinic within most needed areas such as Ceylanpinar area and the camps around it.

Interview with Ravda Nur Cuma

Kız Başına

Chairperson, founder, Ravdanur Foundation, Gaziantep, Turkey. A non profit organisation focusing on young children education, health and protection in post conflict areas.
Project Director, Glocally Connected Global Operations, Gaziantep, Turkey
Research assistant for the Director of Education at Oncupinar Refugee Camp, Kilis, Turkey
Coordinator for the Youth Activities for Syrian refugees
Assistant to the Trauma Management Project for Refugees, Gaziantep, Turkey
Consultant in Refugee issues for Glocally Connected, Inc.
Volunteer interpreter for the various projects in Kilis and Gaziantep, Turkey
Public speaker and campaigner for Malala Fund

Contact Info

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Phone: +905379117099

Ataturk Mahallesi, Cengiz Gokcek sok No 74 , Selin Apt Alti, Sahinbey, 27650 Gaziantep