Guinea-Bissau minister pay visit to Turkish school


Date posted: February 24, 2014

GUINEA-BISSAU

Alfredo Gómez, Guinea-Bissau Education Minister visited International Ufuk College, one of the Turkish schools in the country established by entrepreneurs affiliated with the Hizmet movement.

The minister was welcomed by school Principal Ramazan Özel and watched a show performed by students. Gómez stated that he found the schools very modern and clean and also appreciated the quality of the education provided by the teachers.

The first Turkish school on the African continent was opened in Morocco in the city of Tangiers in 1994. Other schools were subsequently opened in 52 African countries. Turkish schools are currently providing educational services in 140 countries around the world.

Source: Cihan , February 23, 2014


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