HAND PRODUCTS OF SYRIANS IN KILIS WERE EXHIBITED AT THE EMBASSY OF GERMANY


International Blue Crescent Humanitarian aid and Development Foundation exhibited the handcrafted products of the refugees living in the Syrian Kilis at the German Embassy in Ankara.

The courses held at the Community Center in Kilis are held in partnership with the GIZ-German International Cooperation Agency and the Swiss Development and Cooperation Agency (SDC). At the IBC Community Center, vocational training courses were exhibited and hosted by the Turkish Embassy in Ankara. The Blue Crescent Foundation provides service to over 6 thousand participants in 50 different courses at Kilis Community Center.

The exhibition, which was held at the German Embassy, was attended by representatives of foreign embassies, public institutions and representatives, business people and civil society representatives.



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