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DENGE Juvenile Probation Programme Brochure

The overall objective of the Development of an Effective Risk Evaluation System for Children in Turkish Probation Services Project, shortly referred as DENGE Juvenile Probation Programme which is co-funded by the European Union, the Government of Turkey and UNICEF and implemented by the Ministry of Justice Directorate General for Prisons and Detention Houses Probation Department with technical support of UNICEF is to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the juvenile justice system in Turkey through the development of a more effective, preventive and rehabilitative probation system, and to develop risks and needs assessment tools along with improved supportive services for children which are effective, measurable and complying with EU standards for reintegration of juveniles under probation in Turkey. Final beneficiaries of the project would be the children in contact with the justice system and their families.

AN AGENDA FOR #EVERYCHILD 2015


World leaders are setting out a roadmap for human progress over the next 15 years. Known as the Sustainable Development Goals, these new global targets will drive investment and action in virtually every country on earth, touching millions of lives. That is why it is vital that every child, girls and boys alike, is included – and that children everywhere are at the heart of the new global agenda.


PTT Card Brochure


JUSTICE FOR CHILDREN IN TURKEY, PROJECT NEWS / 2014

This bulletin summarizes activities and achievements of the EU supported “Justice for Children” initiative which has been conducted between 2012 and 2014 with the technical assistance of UNICEF and in the partnership of Ministry Justice, Ministry of Family and Social Policies, High Council of Judges and Prosecutors and the Justice Academy of Turkey.

Breastfeeding Brochure


Hygiene Brochure- Turkish and Arabic


High Energy Biscuits Brochure- Arabic


Looking with Hope to the Future- Poster


Don't Forget Children of Syria Brochure

There is still time to prevent a lost generation... 

With assistance to protect them from violence, abuse, and exploitation; education to foster their minds and build resilience; and support to heal the hidden wounds of a merciless war, the children of Syria can build a better future for themselves, their families and the world. 

"Don't Forget Children of Syria" Poster

There is still time to prevent a lost generation... 

With assistance to protect them from violence, abuse, and exploitation; education to foster their minds and build resilience; and support to heal the hidden wounds of a merciless war, the children of Syria can build a better future for themselves, their families and the world. 

Polio - Brochure

Polio - Brochure (in Turkish and Arabic)

KAP Results- Disability and Unknown Facts Infographics


Strategic Communication Framework and Plan for the Prevention and Control of Avian and Pandemic Influenza in Turkey



Six Step To Avoid Bird Flu - Poster

KEEP CHILDREN AWAY FROM POULTRY AND OTHER BIRDS! REPORT SICK OR DEAD BIRDS TO YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES IMMEDIATELY , SOAP KILLS GERMS WASH YOUR HANDS WITH SOAP AND WATER FREQUENTLY , COOK EGGS AND CHICKEN THOROUGHLY AT A HIGH TEMPERATURE, SEEK IMMEDIATE TREATMENT IF YOU FALL SICK AFTER CONTACT WITH DEAD OR SICK BIRDS, AVIAN FLU TREATMENT IS FREE!

Early Childhood Development - Brochure

A comprehensive, nationwide programme of ECDwill help every child get the best start in life. As happier, healthier and better educated adults, this generation of children will contribute to the long term development of a more prosperous Turkey.

The Girls Education Campaign In Turkey - Brochure

‘Haydi Kizlar Okula’ — the girls’ education campaign as it is known in Turkey — was launched by UNICEF Executive Director, Carol Bellamy and the Turkish Minister of National Education, Hüseyin Çelik, in mid-June 2003. Generally, the results in this first year exceeded expectations and a strong platform has been built to achieve much better results in 2004. A new and positive trend emerged during the year with increased interest among the private sector in funding UNICEF programmes — particularly ‘Haydi Kizlar Okula’.



Girl's Education - Brochure

Private sector involvement with Haydi Kızlar Okula! will demonstrate how businesses can help tackle serious social issues in a practical, innovative and immediate way. National and international focus on the crucial issues of gender equality and girls’ education will bring reciprocal benefits in the form of public support for both Haydi Kızlar Okula! and sponsors.

Turkey's Children push for their rights - The 8th Children's Forum and the Children's Rights Promotion Campaign

The 8th Children's Forum and the Children's Rights Promotion Campaign

Children First Brochure

Children First Brochure




Child Friendly Cities - Brochure

Establishment of the Child Friendly Cities model in the twelve cities of Antalya; Bursa; Erzincan; Gaziantep; Karaman; Kayseri; Kırşehir; Konya; Sivas; Tekirdağ; Trabzon and Uşak will support: • the MONE and UNICEF Haydi Kızlar Okula! initiative to get all girls into primary education; • reintegration of children living on the street with their families; • reduction of child labour with measures to alleviate poverty in low–income families.

Iodised salt in food manufacture and consumption

A STUDY TOUR OF BULGARIA

Iodised Salt - Poster

For your children's healty development and success at school use iodised salt.

Making A Difference For Children - 2010 Funding Guide

The presence of any untreated sexually transmitted infection (STI) magnifies the risk of HIV transmission through unprotected sex. Although the incidence of STIs in Turkey is at a reasonable level and prevalence of HIV/AIDS is low, rates of prevalence for both are higher in Eastern Europe which has the fastest–growing HIV epidemic in the world. Central Asia also has a high incidence of the HIV/AIDS virus and Turkey’s position between these two regions means that the risk of an increase in the incidence of both STIs and HIV/AIDS is high.

a Word About AIDS

Girls, boys, ladies, gentlemen….
Listen, Learn, Live!

Immunisation - Brochure

The establishment of routine immunisation against the major childhood diseases for all children before their first birthday will ensure that:
• infant and child mortality rates will be reduced;
• instances of physical and mental disorders in children will be reduced;
• healthier children will achieve more at school;
• the quality of primary health services will be improved.

Children First - Quarterly newsletter, Issue 05/07

Towards Good Governance, Justice and Protection for Children in Turkey

Preventing Child Poverty - Children First - 12/13 June 2006

For more information on the conference, visit the following web sites:

UNICEF Turkey Country Office, Yukarı Dikmen Mah. Alexsander Dubçek Cd. 7/106, 06450 Çankaya/Ankara. Telephone: +90 312 454 1000 Fax: +90 312 496 1461 E-mail: ankara@unicef.org