Keyword: Burundi

Turkish charity Kimse Yok Mu opens two orphanages in Burundi

Turkish charity Kimse Yok Mu has recently opened two orphanages in Burundi, offering a home for 120 children in the southeast African country.

Turkish women make a difference in Africa

“Kimse Yok Mu has been very active in Africa providing humanitarian and development assistance. State-level or diplomatic presence has occasionally followed the NGO presence in Africa,” Cevik told SES Türkiye.

Latest News

Australian Relief Organization completes orphanage refurbishment project in Malawi

Study Reveals Horrible Pattern Of Hate Speech By Erdoğan, The Chief Hatemonger In Turkey

Turkish court jails 17 housewives over alleged coup involvement

Fethullah Gülen’s Statement of Condemnation on the Bombing in Manchester, UK

Enes Kanter: “I’m getting death threats almost every day”

International Workshop – Hizmet Movement between Political Islam and Civil Islam

3-month-old with oral disease also under arrest as parents imprisoned over coup charges

Civil death: Amnesty report on social upheaval caused by Turkey’s purge of public servants

Thunder’s Enes Kanter in London after detainment in Romania over politics

In Case You Missed It

Saylorsburg cleric sends statement to Muslim-Catholic conference

World Human Rights Day: Concerns On Hizmet Movement In 38 Countries Raised

Toward a party state

Corruption scandal will consolidate Turkish democracy

Gülen movement forms supranational new elite

Peace Islands Massachusetts bestows Friendship Awards

Hundreds of thousands homeless as Turkey’s southeast lay in ruins

Turkish schools in Azerbaijan join SOCAR-financed int’l education complex

Philanthropy key to peacebuilding and settlement of conflicts

Copyright 2017 Hizmet News