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Lean times: Syrian refugee nutrition study in Turkey

Auteur : Millennia2025

Source : Ayberk Yurtsever


Lean times: Syrian refugee nutrition study in Turkey 

Their home is sparsely furnished with cushions scattered on the floor, a fan and a table. A package of Syrian bread sits on a tablecloth on the floor.


Intisar is one of nine children in the family, which is comprised of four girls and five boys. She and her family came to Turkey to escape the fighting in Syria almost a year ago. Her father, Ismail, cannot work, but several of her brothers have managed to find part-time jobs. The family struggles to make ends meet and putting a nutritious meal together for the large group is a daily challenge.


“Sometimes we eat three times a day, sometimes twice and sometimes only once. We buy cheap food; Rice, cracked wheat, or vegetables. Our basic food is the Syrian bread we buy from the bakery,” says Ismail.

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