How many Syrians are there in Turkey, how many Syrians are there?

How many Syrians are there in Turkey, what is the number of Syrians, which city has the highest number of Syrian war survivors, what is the ratio of men to men, young and old?

According to the data collected by the Refugee Association, the number of Syrians in Turkey as of March 2022 and the population structure are as follows:

As of March 24, 2022, the number of Syrians registered under the temporary protection status in Turkey has risen to 7,917 from the previous month, bringing the total to 3 million 754,591. Of these, 1 lakh 65 thousand 690 (48.7%) are children aged 0-18 years. The total number of children and women aged 0-18 years is 2 lakh 61 thousand 90 people.

70.9% of Syrian women and children

According to the age-limit table published by the Department of Migration Management, Syrian men constitute 53.8% of the total Syrian population. The proportion of Syrian women is 47.2%. The number of Syrian men is 286,187 more than the number of Syrian women. The biggest difference between the number of men and women is 6,302 people aged 19-24. This difference decreases with age. It is found that the number of women over the age of 55 is higher than that of men.

The rate of the Syrian youth population

There are 744,161 people in the age group of 15-24 years, which is defined as young population. The proportion of young Syrians in the total population of Syrians is 19.8%. The number of Syrians under the age of 10 is 1 lakh 77 thousand 268 (28.7%).

The average age of Syrians

The average age of registered Syrians according to the age table is 22.3

Number of Syrians living in the camp (temporary shopping center)

As of March 24, 2022, the number of Syrians in temporary shelters was announced as 50,873. Last month (February 24, 2022) this number was 51 thousand 6 people, 58 thousand 752 people at the beginning of 2021, 63 thousand 246 people at the beginning of 2020, 143 thousand 558 people at the beginning of 2019 and 228 thousand 251 people at the beginning of 2019. People in early 2018. Only 1.3% of Syrians live in camps.

The number of Syrians living in the cities

As of March 24, 2022, the number of Syrians living in the cities was announced as 3 million 703 thousand 718 people. The number of Syrians living in the cities has risen to 6,111 since last month. 98.7% live in Syrian cities. In Ankara, Antalya, Aydin, Bursa, Chanakkale, Duzse, Edirne, Hatay, Istanbul, Izmir, Kirklerelli, Kokayeli, Mugla, Sakaria, Tekirdag and Yalova, and a total of 800 surrounding areas where foreigners live intensively. All foreigners of any status. Foreigners of any nationality are not accepted in these places.

The number of Syrians by city

As of March 24, 2022, according to the Department of Migration Management, the 30 cities with the highest number of Syrians and the number of Syrians in these cities are given in the table below:

The densest city in Syria

The largest Syrian city is Istanbul with 540,186 people. Gaziantep with 482,261 people and Hatay with 432,096 people. The city with the highest concentration of Syrians compared to the local population is Kilis with 42.3%. Kilis has 145,826 Turkish citizens and 107,025 registered Syrians. Hatay followed Kilis with 20.6% density in Syria.

The rarest city among the Syrians

The smallest Syrian city is Tunselli with 66 inhabitants. Artvin followed Tunceli with 68 people and Bayburt with 80 people. Artivin is the city with the lowest concentration of Syrians compared to the Turkish population at 0.04%. There is no city in Turkey where there are no Syrians.

The ratio of Syria to Turkish population

The proportion of Syrians registered under temporary protection with the Turkish population is 4.25% nationwide. The population of Turkey was recently declared by TUIK as 84 million 680 thousand 273. (Based on 31 December 2021)

* The following information is made up of data that is randomly announced by official organizations and relevant ministries.

Number of foreigners registered in Turkey

As of 31 December 2021, it was announced that there are 1 million 792 thousand 36 people who have a valid address statement and who have a residence or identity document that replaces a residence permit and who have a work permit. . This number includes courses, tourism, scientific research, etc. It does not include foreigners who have a visa or residence permit for less than 3 months and Syrians who are in the country with temporary protection status.

The number of Syrians granted Turkish citizenship

Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu has announced that as of December 31, 2021, a total of 193,293 Syrians are Turkish citizens. Of these, 64,152 are under 18 years of age. The last time the number of Syrians granted Turkish citizenship was announced on 30 December 2019, it was said that the number was 110 thousand.

The number of Syrians has returned to their country

A statement issued by Interior Ministry spokesman Ismail Chatakli on April 4, 2022 stated that the number of Syrians returning to their country was 492,983. On February 4, 2022, this number was announced as 484,400. In the last one month, 6,573 people have voluntarily returned. The number of Syrians returning voluntarily was announced as 469,170, 462,026 on 15 September 2021 and 419,040 on 6 December 2020.

The number of Syrians left out due to public problems

In a statement issued by Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu on April 14, 2022, it was shared that 19,336 Syrians have been deported since 2016 due to security concerns.

Number of Syrian students studying at State University

A statement issued by the Ministry of National Education in June 2021 stated that the number of Syrian students studying at universities in the 2021-2022 academic year was 48,192.

Number of Syrian students in kindergarten, primary, secondary and high schools

A statement issued by the Ministry of National Education on June 8, 2021 stated that there are 35,707 students in kindergarten, 442,817 students in primary school, 348,638 students in secondary school and 110,976 students in high school. In total, about 935 thousand children continue their education life. 4 lakh 32 thousand 958 children of school age do not go to school.

Syrian number allowed to work

A statement issued by the Ministry of Labor and Social Security on March 31, 2019 stated that the number of Syrians granted work permits in Turkey was 31,185.

Number of companies with at least one shareholder

As of February 26, 2019, the number of companies with at least one partner of Syrian descent was 15,159, according to a statement from the Ministry of Commerce.

Number of Syrians born in Turkey

In a statement issued on September 19, 2019, Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said that the number of Syrian children born in Turkey was about 450,000.

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