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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Syrian refugee Rukeyye (25), mother of 3, can feed her children with the support of the Emergency Social Safety Net cash assistance, the only regular income of the family. Her husband, Ahmad (30), works in construction – but work is irregular at best and non-existent during winter.  Originally from Azaz, now live with their 4 children in a very small apartment in Gaziantep with their children: Omer (4), Orjwan (6) and Hatije (6 months). EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net cash assistance is how they pay rent and how they keep their house warm in ice-cold winters of Southeast Turkey.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Syrian refugee Rukeyye (25), mother of 3, can feed her children with the support of the Emergency Social Safety Net cash assistance, the only regular income of the family. Her husband, Ahmad (30), works in construction – but work is irregular at best and non-existent during winter.  Originally from Azaz, now live with their 4 children in a very small apartment in Gaziantep with their children: Omer (4), Orjwan (6) and Hatije (6 months). EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net cash assistance is how they pay rent and how they keep their house warm in ice-cold winters of Southeast Turkey.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Syrian refugee Rukeyye (25), mother of 3, can feed her children with the support of the Emergency Social Safety Net cash assistance, the only regular income of the family. Her husband, Ahmad (30), works in construction – but work is irregular at best and non-existent during winter.  Originally from Azaz, now live with their 4 children in a very small apartment in Gaziantep with their children: Omer (4), Orjwan (6) and Hatije (6 months). EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net cash assistance is how they pay rent and how they keep their house warm in ice-cold winters of Southeast Turkey.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Syrian refugee Rukeyye (25), mother of 3, can feed her children with the support of the Emergency Social Safety Net cash assistance, the only regular income of the family. Her husband, Ahmad (30), works in construction – but work is irregular at best and non-existent during winter.  Originally from Azaz, now live with their 4 children in a very small apartment in Gaziantep with their children: Omer (4), Orjwan (6) and Hatije (6 months). EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net cash assistance is how they pay rent and how they keep their house warm in ice-cold winters of Southeast Turkey.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Syrian refugee Huda’s family receives cash assistance from the Emergency Social Safety Net to cover their essential needs. Thanks to the assistance, Huda can use the cash to purchase food for her family.   With the cash aid she receives from the EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net, 35-year-old Syrian refugee Huda shops at a supermarket with her children in Gaziantep province in Southeast Turkey.  Syrian refugee Huda is grateful that she can cover the basic needs of her family thanks to the cash assistance she receives from the Emergency Social Safety Net. Thanks to the aid, 7 months-old Mahmoud and 3-year-old Maria can eat nutritious food.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Syrian refugee Huda’s family receives cash assistance from the Emergency Social Safety Net to cover their essential needs. Thanks to the assistance, Huda can use the cash to purchase food for her family.   With the cash aid she receives from the EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net, 35-year-old Syrian refugee Huda shops at a supermarket with her children in Gaziantep province in Southeast Turkey.  Syrian refugee Huda is grateful that she can cover the basic needs of her family thanks to the cash assistance she receives from the Emergency Social Safety Net. Thanks to the aid, 7 months-old Mahmoud and 3-year-old Maria can eat nutritious food.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Syrian refugee Huda’s family receives cash assistance from the Emergency Social Safety Net to cover their essential needs. Thanks to the assistance, Huda can use the cash to purchase food for her family.   With the cash aid she receives from the EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net, 35-year-old Syrian refugee Huda shops at a supermarket with her children in Gaziantep province in Southeast Turkey.  Syrian refugee Huda is grateful that she can cover the basic needs of her family thanks to the cash assistance she receives from the Emergency Social Safety Net. Thanks to the aid, 7 months-old Mahmoud and 3-year-old Maria can eat nutritious food.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Syrian refugee Huda’s family receives cash assistance from the Emergency Social Safety Net to cover their essential needs. Thanks to the assistance, Huda can use the cash to purchase food for her family.   With the cash aid she receives from the EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net, 35-year-old Syrian refugee Huda shops at a supermarket with her children in Gaziantep province in Southeast Turkey.  Syrian refugee Huda is grateful that she can cover the basic needs of her family thanks to the cash assistance she receives from the Emergency Social Safety Net. Thanks to the aid, 7 months-old Mahmoud and 3-year-old Maria can eat nutritious food.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Syrian refugee Huda’s family receives cash assistance from the Emergency Social Safety Net to cover their essential needs. Thanks to the assistance, Huda can use the cash to purchase food for her family.   With the cash aid she receives from the EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net, 35-year-old Syrian refugee Huda shops at a supermarket with her children in Gaziantep province in Southeast Turkey.  Syrian refugee Huda is grateful that she can cover the basic needs of her family thanks to the cash assistance she receives from the Emergency Social Safety Net. Thanks to the aid, 7 months-old Mahmoud and 3-year-old Maria can eat nutritious food.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Syrian refugee Huda’s family receives cash assistance from the Emergency Social Safety Net to cover their essential needs. Thanks to the assistance, Huda can use the cash to purchase food for her family.   With the cash aid she receives from the EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net, 35-year-old Syrian refugee Huda shops at a supermarket with her children in Gaziantep province in Southeast Turkey.  Syrian refugee Huda is grateful that she can cover the basic needs of her family thanks to the cash assistance she receives from the Emergency Social Safety Net. Thanks to the aid, 7 months-old Mahmoud and 3-year-old Maria can eat nutritious food.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Isra (11) and Nuri (9), Nehle's daughter and son.  Nehle (49), mother of 9, lives with her unmarried 6 children in a two-room house in Gaziantep. They mainly pay the rent with EU-funder ESSN cash assistance. She lost her husband in an airstrike in 2013 which prompted her to take her family and leave their home in Aleppo, Syria.  Even though Nehle works whenever she can find work, it is not enough to look after her family. EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net cash assistance helps her to make ends meet. Emergency Social Safety Net, an EU-funded unconditional cash assistance for refugees in Turkey, is helping Nehle to stand on her feet and provide for her children.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Nehle (49), mother of 9, and her children Isra (11) and Nuri (9).  She lives with her unmarried 6 children in a two-room house in Gaziantep. They mainly pay the rent with EU-funder ESSN cash assistance. She lost her husband in an airstrike in 2013 which prompted her to take her family and leave their home in Aleppo, Syria.  Even though Nehle works whenever she can find work, it is not enough to look after her family. EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net cash assistance helps her to make ends meet. Emergency Social Safety Net, an EU-funded unconditional cash assistance for refugees in Turkey, is helping Nehle to stand on her feet and provide for her children.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Nehle (49), mother of 9, lives with her unmarried 6 children in a two-room house in Gaziantep. They mainly pay the rent with EU-funder ESSN cash assistance. She lost her husband in an airstrike in 2013 which prompted her to take her family and leave their home in Aleppo, Syria.  Even though Nehle works whenever she can find work, it is not enough to look after her family. EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net cash assistance helps her to make ends meet. Emergency Social Safety Net, an EU-funded unconditional cash assistance for refugees in Turkey, is helping Nehle to stand on her feet and provide for her children.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Nehle (49), mother of 9, lives with her unmarried 6 children in a two-room house in Gaziantep. They mainly pay the rent with EU-funder ESSN cash assistance. She lost her husband in an airstrike in 2013 which prompted her to take her family and leave their home in Aleppo, Syria.  Even though Nehle works whenever she can find work, it is not enough to look after her family. EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net cash assistance helps her to make ends meet. Emergency Social Safety Net, an EU-funded unconditional cash assistance for refugees in Turkey, is helping Nehle to stand on her feet and provide for her children.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Nehle (49), mother of 9, lives with her unmarried 6 children in a two-room house in Gaziantep. They mainly pay the rent with EU-funder ESSN cash assistance. She lost her husband in an airstrike in 2013 which prompted her to take her family and leave their home in Aleppo, Syria.  Even though Nehle works whenever she can find work, it is not enough to look after her family. EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net cash assistance helps her to make ends meet. Emergency Social Safety Net, an EU-funded unconditional cash assistance for refugees in Turkey, is helping Nehle to stand on her feet and provide for her children.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Turkey, Gaziantep, 17 January 2018  ESSN is a multi-purpose cash transfer scheme providing monthly assistance through debit cards to more than one million of the most vulnerable refugees in Turkey. Those receiving assistance decide for themselves how to cover essential needs like rent, bills, food, and medicine. The ESSN is the largest EU humanitarian aid programme ever and is part of the EUR 3 billion Facility for Refugees in Turkey. It was launched in December 2016 and is funded until the end of January 2019 thanks to a contribution of EUR 1 billion from the EU. In an unprecedented approach, WFP and Turkish Red Crescent (TRC) implement the ESSN from shared Joint Management Cell (JMC) premises in Ankara. WFP provides monitoring and technical support and plays a key role in coordinating Basic Needs assistance in Turkey. TRC manages the delivery of the programme nationwide, working with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and its welfare centres, which process applications for the ESSN. The Ministry of Interior’s Directorates General for Migration Management (DGMM) and Population and Citizenship Affairs (DGPC) are responsible for ID issuance and address registration respectively; both are ESSN prerequisites. ECHO, the EU agency funding the ESSN, and the Government of Turkey Disaster and Emergency Presidency (AFAD) co-chair the ESSN Governing Board, providing oversight, problem solving, and strategic direction for the ESSN programme. Each eligible household receives a card like this. Every month, it is topped up with 120 Turkish Liras (USD 30) for each member of the household. They also receive periodic “top-ups”. The card can be used at ATMs or to pay in shops.  The EU has invested almost 1 billion Euros into the Emergency Social Safety Net Programme which is the largest humanitarian relief programme in EU History. Thanks to the partnership between the Government of Turkey and the EU, over a million refugees receive cash aid in Turkey.  In the Photo: Nehle (49), mother of 9, and her children Isra (11) and Nuri (9).  She lives with her unmarried 6 children in a two-room house in Gaziantep. They mainly pay the rent with EU-funder ESSN cash assistance. She lost her husband in an airstrike in 2013 which prompted her to take her family and leave their home in Aleppo, Syria.  Even though Nehle works whenever she can find work, it is not enough to look after her family. EU-funded Emergency Social Safety Net cash assistance helps her to make ends meet. Emergency Social Safety Net, an EU-funded unconditional cash assistance for refugees in Turkey, is helping Nehle to stand on her feet and provide for her children.  Photo: WFP/Sinan Cakmak
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a woman is cooking bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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Iraq, Kurdistan, Khazer Camp, 18 December 2017  Iraqis displaced in the Khazer Camp are in desperate need of food and safe shelter. Government and humanitarian resources are stretched in order to respond to the needs of all the displaced.   WFP is monitoring the frontlines and pre-positioning food and distribution sites in order to meet the needs of IDPs on the move between conflict zones.  In the photo: in Khazer camp, 40 kilometres to the east of Mosul, a small cute IDP girl is eating bread right out of the clay oven.  Photo: WFP/Inger Marie Vennize
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