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Measuring Indicators of Success for Promotion of Economic Prospects for Syrian Refugees and The Host Community (PEP)

Within the expansive framework of the PEP Project led by GIZ, the primary objective is to enhance access to employment opportunities for both Syrian refugees and Turkish citizens in host communities through collaborative efforts with the private sector and local institutions. Tandans, as a key partner in this endeavor, plays a pivotal role in shaping the project’s success. Our contribution centers on designing a comprehensive survey methodology, conducting in-depth interviews, and monitoring focus group discussions. Our aim is to gather essential information from over 30 projects conducted by project partners, utilizing a mixed-methods approach that includes qualitative tools such as in-depth interviews, focus group discussions, and key informant interviews.
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Third Party Monitoring of Emergency Social Safety Net Assistance (ESSN III) for Refugees in Turkey

The goal of this consultancy is to create a robust monitoring tool for conducting qualitative research on the implementation of the ESSN program. This third-party monitoring endeavor is pivotal for effectively and efficiently tracking progress. The project’s broader objective is to assess the efficiency, effectiveness, and accountability of the ESSN III program, evaluate the operational processes and impacts, and gauge the extent to which ESSN III has enhanced household well-being and welfare.
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Assessment of the Supply of Financial Services by Turkish Banks for Displaced Persons and Their Host Communities

Tandans DSC has been awarded the consultancy project titled “Assessment of the Supply of Financial Services by Turkish Banks for Displaced Persons and Their Host Communities” by the Savings Banks Foundation for International Cooperation (SBFIC). The overarching objective of this consultancy assignment is to comprehensively evaluate the actual provision of financial services by banks to the target demographic, which includes displaced persons and economically disadvantaged local communities. Our role is instrumental in verifying and exploring critical assumptions while equipping us with a solid foundation for selecting banking sector partners.
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Implementation of the Mixed Migration Monitoring Mechanism Initiative (4Mi) in Turkey

4Mi is the Mixed Migration Centre’s flagship primary data collection system, an innovative approach that helps fill knowledge gaps, and inform policy and response regarding the nature of mixed migratory movements and the protection risks for refugees and migrants on the move. 4Mi approach enables MMC to gather extensive and timely data relating to individual profiles, drivers of migration and future aspirations, experiences and decision-making along the journey, interactions with smugglers, aspirations, and destination choices. The main objective of 4Mi implementation in Turkey is to provide a better understanding of the migration intentions of Afghan refugees and migrants in Turkey, along with their specific vulnerabilities, and protection concerns. In particular, 4Mi data collection in Turkey will focus on understanding the experience of refugees and migrants engaging, or considering engaging in, onward movements toward Europe.
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The Study on the Vulnerabilities and Protection Concerns of Afghan Refugees and Migrants on the move in Turkey

The study aims to understand the trend of an increased number of movements of Afghan refugees and migrants to, through, and from Turkey; their key vulnerabilities and protection concerns in Turkey as well as their aspirations for onward movements. The research has progressed in three phases. The first phase started with desk research. After the preparation of data collection tools, the second phase mainly involved conducting fieldwork in six provinces to collect quantitative and qualitative data simultaneously by conducting surveys, IDIs FGDs with Afghan refugees and migrants, as well as key informant interviews. The third phase was drafting the report.
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Provision of the Data Analysis and Reporting Training for Reinforcing the Turkish Coast Guard’s Capacity to Respond to Mixed Migration Flows in the Sea

TANDANS Data Science Consulting has been awarded a project by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to provide Data Analysis and Reporting Training to the Turkish Coast Guard (TCG). The primary objective of this training program is to enhance the TCG’s capacity to analyze data effectively. Through this training, TCG staff members will develop the skills necessary to evaluate, report, and map risks in the field. The training aligns with TCG’s ongoing efforts to establish a robust data analysis system.
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Third Party Monitoring of the Conditional Cash Transfer for Education (CCTE) for Refugees in Turkey - UNICEF - 2018/19

TANDANS was contracted by UNICEF to conduct Third Party Monitoring (TPM) activities of “Conditional Cash Transfer for Education (CCTE) for Refugees”. The monitoring will be used by the UNICEF TCO to communicate and share lessons learned with the UNICEF’s Corporate Management, as well as with the Executive Board, donors, and strategic partners on the organization’s role in Turkey. It will also be used to communicate results and share experiences/lessons learned from the ongoing cash transfers and child care reforms to contribute to the mutual learning of Turkey and UNICEF TCO on how to best ensure the child’s right to access education and grow up in a family environment.
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Study on the Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) Linked to Child, Early and Forced Marriage (CEFM) in Turkey

The purpose of the study is to generate reliable evidence on drivers and enable of CEFM and on social norms that contribute, and shape knowledge, attitude and practices related to CEFM at the local level. The main problems concerning CEFM in Turkey include lack of accurate data on drivers of CEFM, as well as social acceptability of CEFM, which constitute one of the main focuses of the present study.
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Labour Market Integration Survey

Within the framework of Component 3: Labour Market Integration (Module 3.1: Sectoral Analysis and Development of Concepts for Labour Market Integration in Selected Sectors) of the SUMMIT Project, Tandans plays a crucial role in achieving its overarching objective. This component seeks to facilitate the development and implementation of labor market integration measures in selected sectors at the regional level. Tandans’ contribution is instrumental in conducting a comprehensive survey among 1,200 employers in three selected sectors across four regions
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Labour Market Assessment on Syrian Migrants in Gaziantep & Ankara

TANDANS Data Science Consulting was contracted by Norwegian Refugee Council to conduct a Labour Market Assessment on Syrian Migrants in Gaziantep and Ankara. The main objective of the labour market assessment was to define and develop tailor-made livelihoods interventions on the basis of quality data, in order to ensure that NRC support is informed by the availability of opportunities within the job market. NRC intends to carry out geographically specific labour market surveys to determine appropriate areas of trainings, therefore mapping these against market sectors requiring employees with different skills.
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International Consultancy on Turkey Country Report on Out-of-School Children (OoSC)

Fieldwork in this project took place during the Covid-19 pandemic period. We prepared a remote methodology and conducted in-depth interviews with parents, key informants and children in Arabic, Kurdish and Turkish through telephone and video interviews. Field coordination involved conducting interviews, coding and analysis at the same time. After the analysis, separate reports were written for both phases.
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Patient Satisfaction Survey (PSS) Among Syrian Refugees in Refugee Health Centers

The “Patient Satisfaction Survey Among Syrian Refugees in Turkey” aims to assess patient satisfaction levels among Syrian patients who receives medical treatment in Refugee Health Centers in Turkey and factor correlated with their overall health care satisfaction and to assess some other related parameters. This study was initiated to gather evidence and beneficiary insights concerning received services and expectations, thus enhancing the efficacy of the humanitarian response.
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Evaluating Attitudes and Behaviors on the Rational Use of Medicines in Health Care Services for Refugees and Migrants in Turkey

The overarching purpose of this study is to evaluate the attitudes and behaviors of refugee patients, doctors and pharmacists on rational use of medicines and make recommendations for culturally competent/appropriate pharmaceutical services that meet the cultural, linguistic, health literacy, and health communication needs of refugees living in Turkey. The study has the following specific objectives: Evaluating the attitudes and behaviors of refugee patients, doctors and community pharmacists on rational use of medicines, understanding all role players’ attitudes and behaviors towards rational use of medicines and community pharmaceutical services, and adopting strategies that overcome challenges to allow refugees to access and effectively use available community pharmaceutical services.
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