Great Support from GEBKİM to the 'Most Dilovası Reads' Project!

Great Support from GEBKIM to the Most Dilovasi Reads Project
Great Support from GEBKİM to the 'Most Dilovası Reads' Project!

The meaning and value of reading to the whole district kazanThe introductory meeting of the “Most Dilovası Reads” project, led by the Dilovası District Governorship, was held at the GEBKİM OSB Conference Hall. Within the scope of the project, which is strongly supported by the GEBKİM Foundation, 52 thousand books will be distributed to 52 thousand people. Speaking at the organization, Vefa İbrahim Araci, Chairman of the Board of GEBKIM OSB, said, “We know very well the benefits of reading books in human development. That's why we were excited when we first heard about the project. As we see the sparkle in the eyes of our students, our contribution to education continues to increase day by day. As GEBKİM, we believe that this project will be successful.”

Under the coordination of Dilovası District Governor's Office, the “Most Dilovası Reads” project was initiated with the contributions of GEBKİM and the organized industrial zones operating in the district. The introductory meeting of the project, where 52 thousand books will be distributed to 52 thousand people throughout Dilovası, was held at the GEBKİM OSB Conference Hall. Dilovası District Governor Dr. Metin Kubilay, GEBKİM OSB Chairman İbrahim Vefa Tool and Board Members, District National Education Director Murat Balay, GEBKİM MTAL administrators and students, prominent names of the region and representatives of public institutions and organizations attended.

INTERMEDIATE: OUR CONTRIBUTION TO EDUCATION IS INCREASING EVERY DAY AS WE SEE OUR STUDENTS

Making the opening speech of the ceremony, Vefa İbrahim Vehicle, Chairman of the GEBKİM Board, emphasized the importance that GEBKİM attaches to social responsibility projects. Stating that the founding purpose of the GEBKİM Foundation is to raise individuals who are committed to Atatürk's Revolution and Principles, who are progressive, respectful of human rights, who have the power of scientific thinking and a broad world view, President Tool stated that they are very happy to be a part of the project and said, "We are very happy with the benefits of reading books in human development. we know. That's why we were excited when we heard about the project. Our brand is GEBKİM Vocational Technical Anatolian High School. GEBKİM MTAL, which we bring together with our students at university standards, is one of the most important symbols of the importance we attach to education. As we see the sparkle in the eyes of our students, our contribution to education continues to increase day by day. We are always ready to do our part for an educated future. Everyone in Dilovası will support this campaign and increase the habit of reading books. kazanAs GEBKİM, we believe that this project will be successful.”

KUBILAY: OUR MOST ESSENTIAL MISSION IS EDUCATION

Dilovası District Governor, who pioneered the implementation of the project, Dr. Metin Kubilay, on the other hand, made a statement regarding the importance of the subject and said, “Our most fundamental duty is education. With the launch of this campaign, we will invite well-known scientists and writers of our country to our district, within certain programs, and they will share their experiences with our people. By spreading the book reading campaign even more, we will read together with the people of Dilova in the square where our municipality is located. We will read books in large masses with the participation of our people in the squares, in the name of 'I call it a challenge'. Civil society organizations have a lot of responsibilities in this campaign. We definitely want a book reading corner to be built in the association's clubs. I invite non-governmental organizations to support this campaign by making a call here.” used the expressions.

After the speeches, Dilovası District Governor Dr. Metin Kubilay, GEBKİM OSB Chairman Vefa İbrahim Araci and protocol members presented books to the students who attended the ceremony.

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