Turkish charity opens up kindergarten for Gaza orphans

Cansuyu Association has opened up a kindergarten school for 135 Gazan orphans, providing a lifeline to the children afflicted by the war.

Turkish charity opens up kindergarten for Gaza orphans

World Bulletin / News Desk

The Cansuyu Solidarity Association continues to be a lifeline for orphaned children in Gaza in the kindergarten that they recently opened. 135 children attend the school and provide a major contribution to the childrens education.

In order to alleviate the burden of war, the children also received psychological counselling. All activities and entertainment are provided by the association. The kindergarten is located Jabaliya and caters for the 4-6 age group, and are catered for by 18 teachers and staff. The majority of the students that come to the school are from the Jabaliya district – 12 come from the camp, 7 from Behy Lahya and 6 from central Gaza.

The school that is 950 square metres consists of the kindergarten, playroom, classrooms, cinema, library, eating area, playground and grassed areas. The school has no fee and is focused on looking after orphans. Orphans' families who received invitations to visit the school said that they had many advantages of being at the school.

Working at full capacity, they are hoping to increase the capacity of the school. Run by female teachers, the school is officially endorsed by the Palestinian Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Education.


Güncelleme Tarihi: 22 Aralık 2014, 12:19