Ankara City Council (AKK) calls the Capitalists to be against the epidemic with the '10 Golden Rules of Solidarity in the Outbreak'.
Stating that they prepared a project in order to facilitate the lives of the capital residents and increase the local solidarity culture, Ankara City Council Executive Board Chairman Halil İbrahim Yılmaz said, “Solidarity and cooperation with our neighbors will strengthen us against the epidemic and even provide us with a strong infrastructure in terms of our human relations for the post-epidemic period”. .
“WE WILL DISPOSE THE EFFECTS OF THE PREVENTION WITH OUR NEIGHBORHOOD RELATIONS”
Expressing that they want to announce to all the people of Ankara that they can stay strong only by acting together against the epidemic, AKK President Halil İbrahim Yılmaz said, “As Ankara, the capital, we believe that we will be a big family of six million neighbors.”
Stating that all countries in the world have been working together for a common struggle for the first time after a long break, Yılmaz made the following evaluations:
“We will eliminate this global epidemic in our neighborhoods, apartments, and centuries of neighborhood relations. In this period, where we will witness the harsh conditions of the time we passed through, we want the capitals to act with the principle of 'It is not from us that lies in hungry when we are hungry' and be with those who need financial and moral support. As the Ankara City Council, we invite the Capitalists to apply the 10 Golden Rules to get through this process.
EMERGENCY LINE AND IMECE METHOD SOLIDARITY BUDGET
AKK Executive Board Vice President Dr. "10 Golden Rules of Solidarity in the Outbreak", prepared by a team of academics composed of the City Council component under the chairmanship of Savaş Zafer Şahin, are listed as follows:
1. Make sure you are in a healthy mood and rational thinking. Apart from the scientific data announced by the authorities, stay away from the sources of information that will cause you to panic and cause excessive fear. Allow enough time for interests outside the epidemic during the day and think rationally.
2. Review the "social distance" golden rule before each step you take. Goodwill and sincerity can sometimes violate the rule of keeping distance with people, the most important rule in the outbreak. Do not act before you are absolutely sure that what you will do will not spread the epidemic. If you are confused, seek the opinion of the authorities on this matter.
3. Communicate with your apartment, site, neighborhood management, and your neighbors about your solidarity about solidarity by contacting them. When doing this, use telephone and digital communication tools as much as possible. If you do not get a result, do not despair. It is very important that you have solidarity even with one neighbor.
4. Determine the method of communication in which you will communicate continuously and healthily within the apartment, site and neighborhood. For example, you can create a volunteer-based emergency line within your neighborhood, create social media and instant communication groups, and use the notice boards in apartments and sites. Start by announcing the communication method to be determined to your neighborhood / neighborhood. Identify the rules and responsible persons to prevent abuse and unnecessary use of the communication method.
5. Review your neighbors' situation, starting with your own family. Monitor the situation of older people, children, people with disabilities and young people in particular. Try to identify people and their needs that may be in a difficult situation. Remember, these needs can be material and spiritual. If necessary, contact your neighbors for the correct needs assessment.
6. Identify resources and volunteers in your neighborhood via the communication channel you set. The existing resources and voluntary workforce of a neighborhood can become very important in the event of an epidemic. You can create a solidarity budget for people who are not financially well developed and develop imam approaches to meet common needs. Remember, even calling and asking for a call may be a very important requirement during this period.
7. Declare available resources and volunteers to your neighborhood / neighborhood. It is important to have access to shared resources and to announce effectively what volunteers can contribute. Make sure that people who are not using digital tools and individuals with disabilities are informed especially.
8. Follow the aid and support mechanisms of the state and local governments and announce them over your communication network. Make sure your neighbors are properly informed, especially on access rules to the health system, access to outbreak support.
9. Create a group that can decide to deliver the help you gather and the voluntary contributions you designate to those in need, in cooperation with the authorities. This authorized person may be your neighborhood headman. It is important to find the right solution for those in need by preventing waste of time in emergencies. You can make a priority list according to the disadvantages of your neighbors in case there are many people in need.
10. Bring this help in kindness and justice to your neighbors who are decided to help and share their results with your neighbors. In times of crisis, such as epidemics, people can be very fragile. All aid should be carried out in accordance with human rights and privacy. The results of the studies should be announced in a language that will strengthen the sense of neighborhood, without giving the name of the person.