Nigerien Minister of Education at Kimse Yok Mu


Date posted: April 22, 2013

Niger Minister of Education, MME Ali Marianna Elh. Ibrahim accompanied by a Nigerien delegation paid a visit to Kimse Yok Mu headquarters on April 19, Friday.

Interacting with the foundation officials at the visit, a token of the bridge of friendship between Turkey and Niger, the Nigerien minister thanked Kimse Yok Mu for its humanitarian relief activities in Niger. Grateful to the Turkish donors for the water wells, in particular, the minister said, “We need powerful civil society organizations, like you, in numerous areas. We would like to thank you for your assistance in education besides the water wells you sponsored. As the country’s minister of education, I would like to tell we need more assistance in education. Our orphans, in particular, need your aid.”

Following his remarks, the minister MME Ali Marianna Elh. İbrahim signed the guest book and was presented a handmade tile plate as a memento of the day, by the foundation officials.

Source: [in Turkish] KimseYokMu. English translation is retrieved from HizmetMovement.Com, April 10, 2013


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