In that, a psychiatrist, Hussein Shehit Burhan, who works in the earthquake and disaster clinic at Sakura Hospital in the Basaksehir district of Istanbul, says that students who were transferred from their earthquake-affected cities to other provinces must be dealt with to continue their education in a correct psychological way until they overcome catastrophe and continue their lives normally.
What was pointed out in this corner:
The families of these fellow students should make them aware that asking the transfer students excessive questions about the earthquake and the relatives who were lost only adds to the pain of the disaster. It is important for students and teachers to avoid expressions that recall this trauma and disaster. Providing psychological services to students affected by the earthquake, such as psychological counseling and rehabilitation when necessary. It is essential for students to get over the trauma to socialize, share their feelings, spend time with their peers and, to some extent, share their problems.
100 thousand students
The earthquake that hit Turkey on February 6, and severely affected at least 10 states, among its losses were collapses in the infrastructure, including schools; This prompted the government to transfer the affected students to other regions.
Turkish Minister of Education, Mahmoud Ozer, announced through his account on the social networking site “Twitter”: “We will transfer our students who are in the ten provinces affected by the earthquake, to schools in the provinces they want.”
He added, “We will always continue to stay with our students, teachers, and parents, during this difficult time. Our children are our future, and we will remain with them in every opportunity and every situation,” noting that 99,853 students have been transferred to other governorates.
The transfer of students came as follows: 13,000 to Ankara, 10,272 to Mersin, 9,380 to Antalya, 6,47 to Konya, 5,898 to Istanbul, 3,831 to Izmir, 3,000 to Mugla. 629 students were transferred to Aydin, 2 thousand 940 students to Kayseri, and 2 thousand 598 students to Bursa.
So far, the earthquake has caused more than 47,000 deaths in Turkey and Syria, and more than 100,000 injured, in addition to damage to about 105,794 buildings in Turkey.
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