Refuge in a Train - Life After the Turkey Earthquake
Three months after a magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit Turkey, 2.5 million people are still displaced. One of the hardest-hit areas is Iskenderun, Hatay Province, where sleeper trains in a corner of the station are functioning as temporary shelters. In this episode, we focus on some of the people - more than 100 at last count - who still call these carriages home. We hear from a couple who lost their home, a woman struggling to overcome trauma with her husband's support, and a child who can't face going back to school.
Nowhere to go, 113 evacuees still live in trains
This man's house has been listed for demolition
Zeliha's trauma is preventing her from returning home
Zeliha's son Kerem is also scarred from the disaster