Turkish built-school set to open for new term in West Bank

The school, which was built by Turkish International Cooperation & Development Agency was completed in West Bank, Palestine.

Turkish built-school set to open for new term in West Bank

The school, which was built by Turkish International Cooperation & Development Agency (TIKA) was completed in West Bank, Palestine.

TIKA stated on Tuesday that the Turkish school, which was built in Kalkilya city in West Bank, would begin education in 2010-2011 education year.

TIKA aims to educate 550 students in the three-floor school which has 11 classes, three managerial departments, laboratory and library.

The equipment of the school will be met by Turkish Prime Ministry.

TIKA has coordination offices in 20 countries and operates in many countries across Africa, Asia and Europe, delivering development assistance to partner countries through its projects and activities.


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Güncelleme Tarihi: 23 Mart 2010, 15:36

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Ibrahim Yılmaz
Ibrahim Yılmaz - 13 yıl Önce

Dear TIKA and our dear prime minister..Thank you for these most beautiful and constructive activities.

Bryan Nomozbaev
Bryan Nomozbaev - 13 yıl Önce

I really appreciate Turkey's positive involvement in the West Bank. Turks are true builders.