The TEV (Turkish Educational Foundation) is developing a scholarship program to support the education of 71 students in Turkey through financial support.
Turkey is a country located on the Anatolian Peninsula in Asia and the Balkan region of Thrace in Europe. This privileged geographical position between two continents has historically made the country a crossroads of cultures, a bridge between East and West. The country, a major regional power, has been a candidate for accession to the European Union since 2005.
The Darüşşafa Society has taken responsibility for covering the nutritional expenses of 55 under-14 year olds who are boarders at schools in Darüşşafaka, Turkey.
Private Anatolian Vocational High School subsidizes the tuition of Furkan Sahín, a 17-year-old student who, in spite of the good results in his studies, does not have the financial means to pay for the last year of school.
The Hope Foundation for Children with Cancer (KAÇUV) within the support program for families of children with cancer, in which it has worked for many years, has developed an Internet portal to improve families’ knowledge and their handling of the treatment of cancer.
The Darüssaka Society focuses on covering the nutritional needs of its resident students through the “Darüssafaka Nutrition Support” program. The project provides breakfast, a mid-morning snack, lunch, an afternoon snack, dinner and an evening bite to thirty young people who have lost parents and find themselves in unfavorable economic circumstances.
The Turkish Education Foundation is carrying out the Scholarships Project for university students, by which 35 young people between the ages of 18 and 21, among whom ten are disabled, receive scholarships for the 2016-2017 academic year.
The Turkish Insurance Institute (TSEV) is carrying out the “Corporate training program for the disabled” which aims to educate 20 disabled people, giving them training in insurance, and in professional development in corporations.
The Esenler Anatolian Medical Vocational High School is carrying out a scholarship program so that students between 15 and 18 years of age with good academic records and limited economic resources can continue their studies in a productive way.
The Hope Foundation for Children with Cancer is carrying out the “Support for families of children with cancer” program to introduce an Internet portal to improve the skills and knowledge of the parents whose children are receiving cancer treatment.