Turkish aid organization opens school in Somalia

A Kimse Yok Mu official (R) cuts the tape marking the opening of a school in the Somali capital, Mogadishu. (Photo: AA)
A Kimse Yok Mu official (R) cuts the tape marking the opening of a school in the Somali capital, Mogadishu. (Photo: AA)


Date posted: January 2, 2012

Education Minister Ahmed Aydiid Ibrahim of the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia also spoke at the ceremony, stating his thanks for Turkey’s efforts to establish schools, hospitals and education centers in the East African nation.

1 January 2012 / TODAY’S ZAMAN , İSTANBUL

Turkish aid organization Kimse Yok Mu opened a school on Saturday in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia.

Orhan Erdoğan, coordinator of the aid organization’s East African operations, delivered a speech at the opening ceremony in which he pledged continued support for the refurbished school in its mission to provide Somali children with an education in Turkish, Arabic and other subjects.

Education Minister Ahmed Aydiid Ibrahim of the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia also spoke at the ceremony, stating his thanks for Turkey’s efforts to establish schools, hospitals and education centers in the East African nation.

Source: Today’s Zaman http://www.todayszaman.com/news-267296-turkish-aid-organization-opens-school-in-somalia.html


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