09 Jun 2015
Hecrt Tobrak, Director of the Centre for Women, Family and Turkish youth, explained that the centre has graduate 110 students from the sons and daughters of Syrian families, in the project “Education Syrian orphan children”.
And that in a statement with the Anatolia agency, in the Turkish capital Ankara, where she said “The centre of the Turkish Religious Body, provides educational support for Syrian orphan children, who were forced to leave their schools, and fled to Turkey, because of the war taking place in their country”.
She noting that the centre performs a variety of projects aims to provide support in the field of education, to the children of Syrian families have fled to Turkey and live outside the camps, she stressing that the centre gives importance to provide support for girls, who dropped out of school due to war conditions.
She noted that the centre has opened five internal schools, provide educational services and courses teaching Quran for 145 Syrian students in Ankara the Turkish capital.