Turkish school extended help to Turks after earthquake in Nepal


Date posted: April 27, 2015

Turkish tourists who were on a vacation in Nepal during a magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit Kathmandu on Saturday stated that Turkish school in the country used every means available to help them and other earthquake victims.

Around 30 Turkish nationals landed in İstanbul’s Atatürk Airport on Monday. Speaking to the reporters at the airport, they said Turkish schools, established by Turkish entrepreneurs affiliated with the Hizmet Movement, extended help to them.

Couple Levent and İzber Barın said while they were looking for a safe place to accommodate, Turkish school in the country invited them. “They provided us blankets beds and quilts. We slept in the garden; they provided us meal three times a day. We benefited all possibilities of the school. They used every means available to help us,” they said.

Source: Cihan , April 27, 2015


Related News

Georgian NGOs Stage Protest in Support of Arrested Turkish College Manager

Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) have gathered at the government administration in support of Mustafa Emre Cabuk, one of the managers of the Turkish Demirel College, who was sentenced to three-month pre-extradition detention.

Kimse Yok Mu provides water to 50,000 people in Pakistan

FAZLI MERT, İSTANBUL The Turkish charitable organization Kimse Yok Mu (Is Anybody There) has dug 22 wells in various parts of Pakistan to help people meet their need for potable water. Many people do not have access to fresh drinking water for such reasons as drought, lack of infrastructure and internal conflict. Kimse Yok Mu […]

NTIC Foundation: Touching lives in Nigeria

Foreign capital typically finds its place among the most promising market indicators, as transnational investors constantly seek maximum returns on their investments. But for the First Surat Group Company, it is obviously not all about the bottom line.

Dutch politicians outraged over new “Gulen-List”

Only days after Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Foreign Minister Bert Koenders’ frantic diplomatic efforts to limit Turkish interference in Dutch society, the Turkish state news agency published a new so-called “Gulen list” on Tuesday. The list contains names of organizations in the Netherlands allegedly affiliated with Fethullah Gulen, which are to be boycotted because they are considered enemies of the Turkish State. Politicians in the Netherlands are furious.

Islamabad High Court: Pak-Turk Schools will not be handed over to Turkish Government

Justice Aamer Farooq of the Islamabad High Court on Friday disposed of a petition filed by Pak-Turk Educational Foundation against the possible handover of its schools to another Turkish educational network, the Maarif Foundation.

Kimse Yok Mu lends helping hand to 1,650 Somali families during Ramadan

Turkish charity foundation Kimse Yok Mu (Is Anybody There) has offered aid packages to 1,650 families in famine-stricken Somalia, a country that has been in the grip of civil war and terrorism for many years and is currently one of the countries most affected by drought in East Africa, during the holy month of Ramadan. For this reason, Kimse Yok Mu has intensified its charitable efforts during the Ramadan, as it does every Ramadan.

Latest News

This notable Pocono resident has been living here in exile since 1999

Logistics companies seized over Gülen links sold in fast-track auction

That is Why the Turkish Government could Pay 1 Billion Euros

ECtHR rules Bulgaria violated rights of Turkish journalist who was deported despite seeking asylum

Fethullah Gülen’s Message of Condolences in the Wake of the Western European Floods

Pregnant woman kept in prison for 4 months over Gülen links despite regulations

Normalization of Abduction, Torture, and Death in Erdogan’s Turkey

Turkey’s Maarif Foundation illegally seized German-run school in Ethiopia, says manager

Failed 2016 coup was gov’t plot to purge Gülenists from state bodies, journalist claims

In Case You Missed It

Yet another conspiracy against the Gülen movement?

Strange alignment of PKK and government against Hizmet

Ethiopian schools put Turkey on curriculum

Coup d’état attempt: Turkey’s Reichstag fire?

Will Gülen Movement schools offer Kurdish-medium education?

With Husband Already In Jail, Woman Along With Two Children Detained In Post-Coup Witch Hunt

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

Copyright 2021 Hizmet News