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Turkey Has Stolen The Future Of A Medical Student From Uganda

I’m going to devote my column today to, Ibrahim Seruwagi, a young exchange student from Uganda who was robbed off his years of university education in Turkey when he got caught up in the persecution by the Erdoğan government. He was only a month away from graduating from medical school.

Turkish school in Uganda challenges discrimination against albinos

A Turkish school established in Uganda has challenged discrimination against albinos in the country by giving an albino student a full scholarship.

Gulen-inspired NGO opens health and education complex in Uganda

Active in 113 countries in the world, Turkish humanitarian aid group Kimse Yok Mu has completed construction of the state-of-the-art health and education complex across in Uganda’s second largest city, Jinja. The Nile Hospital will also be servicing other countries in the region. Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni was in attendance at the opening of the Nile Hospital.

Water Well Constructed in Uganda in Memory of Slain Journalist

The charity Kimse Yok Mu (Is Anybody There?) and the Embrace Relief aid foundation, founded by Turks residing in the US, have jointly constructed a water well in Uganda dedicated to the memory of James Foley, an American journalist killed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

Turkish charities dedicate well in Uganda to James Foley

The charity Kimse Yok Mu (Is Anybody There?) and the Embrace Relief aid foundation, founded by Turks residing in the US, have jointly constructed a water well in Uganda dedicated to the memory of James Foley, an American journalist killed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

Kimse Yok Mu receives a letter of appreciation from Uganda’s Office of the PM

HizmetNews.Com, October 12, 2014 Kimse Yok Mu receives a letter of appreciation from Uganda’s Office of the Prime Minister on October 3, 2014 for the aid it extended during and after disasters. The letter said: “On behalf of the Government of Uganda, through the Ministry of Disaster preparedness and Refugees and on my own behalf, […]

Turkish schools praised by Uganda’s education minister

Ugandan Education Minister Jessica Alupo commented on the success of Galaxy International Schools in Uganda during a recent trip to Turkey. Alupo stressed that the five Galaxy International Schools, which were opened by Turkish entrepreneurs and operate across Uganda with nearly 1,500 students, encourage pupils to grow as individuals.

Galaxy International School in Uganda educates thinkers, innovators

Galaxy International School Uganda (GISU) is a co-educational school in Lubowa. The school now has a new branch in Jinja on the Walukuba/Scott Road near Nile International Hospital. The school provides international education to students between two and 19 years of age using a student-centered curriculum. Emphasis is on the development of the whole person.

Turkish doctors leave country to volunteer at Uganda’s Nile hospital

Doctors who decided to volunteer at the Nile Hospital, established by Turkish charity organization Kimse Yok Mu and set to open in Uganda in few days, have left Turkey on their way to their new posts. The Nile Hospital will be opened very soon, Türkoğlu said, adding that the second doctor to commit to serving Ugandan patients was Sami Kiper.

TUSKON awarded damages, to build orphanage in Uganda

The Turkish Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists (TUSKON) said it has won compensation in separate cases for the illegal wiretapping of a phone conversation which turned into a smear campaign against the confederation and that this money will be used to build an orphanage in Uganda, the country at the center of the smear campaign.

Ugandan opinion leader refutes news report which defames Hizmet Movement

Speaking to the Cihan news agency, Dr. Anas Abdunoor Kaliisa said he did not give such a statement to Yeni Şafak and such a slander is not unacceptable. “They asked me some questions about Hizmet Movement. I stated that Turkish schools contribute a lot to education of Uganda.

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It would be wonderful if those who refer to the Gülen movement as a terrorist group, label its volunteers as “assassins” or call Gülen a “fake prophet” could see the heartfelt applause the work done by this group [Gülen movement] elicits.

Uganda president praises Turkish schools’ success, calls for deeper cooperation

Attending opening ceremony of the sixth Turkish school founded by a group of volunteers to cement ties between two countries, Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni expressed his joy over the attempt of Turkey’s elite entrepreneurs who played key roles in establishment of a wide network of schools across the African continent in order to boost inter-cultural and inter-religious dialogue.

Ugandan FA Minister: Turkish schools paved the way for Turkey to reach out to Africa

Ugandan Foreign Affairs Minister Asuman Kiyingi said Turkish schools have paved the way for Turkey to reach out to Africa. “I would like to note that especially the Turkish schools underpin the outreach,” he said. The minister Kiyingi shared that they regard the local Turkish schools as the most significant investments Turkey has made in Uganda and that they offer an admirable service in moral education besides their academic achievements.

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