Date posted: March 30, 2016
Two Turkish teachers working in Somalia have been killed along with 4 Somalis after a school bus was targeted.
Four Turkish school children were wounded in the attack along with a Kenyan student according to preliminary reports.
Source: Turkish Minute , March 30, 2016
To some, the name Kimse Yok Mu might not ring a bell in Nigeria, but to those that follow this secular charity organisation, especially its scholarship programme in Nigeria that has made it possible for many underprivileged persons to go to school, the NGO may simply be the best thing to happen in Nigeria’s education sector.
Kimse Yok Mu, one of the largest charity organizations in Turkey, has opened an education complex in the town of Malindi in Kenya comprising a dormitory, school and public kitchen.
A group of Turkish diplomats led by Turkish Consul General Şevki Seçkin Alpay together with dozens of Turkish soldiers and Afghan military police officers raided an Afghan-Turk school in Mazar-e Sharif, northern Afghanistan, on Tuesday.
Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen has asked his followers to be resolute and not yield to despair in the face of a government attempt to shut down private educational institutions [in Turkey] that assist students to prepare for high school and university admission examinations, which was interpreted as a major blow to the right to an education and to free enterprise in the EU-candidate country.
Turkish schools have been opened in different parts of the world with the efforts of Turkish entrepreneurs, and have been widely praised for their accomplishments. Many state officials, academics and businessmen are eager to send their children to these schools. Georgian Head of State Mihail Saakasvili’s mother, Prof. Giuli Alasania Saakasvili, stated that these schools […]