'Handcraft Exhibition' Opened at Historical Sirkeci Train Station

Handwork Exhibition Opened at Historical Sirkeci Train Station
'Handcraft Exhibition' Opened at Historical Sirkeci Train Station

The "Handcraft Exhibition", where 3 trainees who completed the "Ant" courses organized by Fatih Municipality's Women's Family and Education Unit, featured handicrafts, opened at the historical Sirkeci Train Station.

It was showcased with the “Women's Handiwork” exhibition, which featured the handicrafts of 3 trainees who completed the courses organized by the KARINCA Education Unit under the Fatih Municipality in cooperation with the Fatih Public Education Center.

9 female trainees, who were educated in KARINCA courses in 47 branches in 3 training units under the Fatih Municipality Women's Family and Education Unit, crowned their graduation with a magnificent exhibition. The trainees offer handcrafted products that they have made to contribute to the family budget with the education they receive, at the exhibition that will last until 721 June at Sirkeci Train Station. Fatih Mayor M. Ergün Turan, who opened the exhibition, visited the stands one by one with his wife İlknur Turan and examined the works.

President M. Ergün Turan, who started his speech in the program by congratulating the ladies of Fatih who decorated this beautiful exhibition with handcrafted works and products, said, “As a mayor, I can't be more proud of our sisters for making the best use of the opportunities we offer them and turning them into an added value. . Since the first day we took office, we have done everything we can to get our women to participate in production in Fatih. We have undersigned useful projects that will activate the entrepreneurial spirit in our women. The activities of the KARINCA Education Unit are one of the most concrete indicators of this. I am sure that you will make great contributions to the development of our Conqueror with your kindness, compassion, effort and love of production. On this occasion, I invite all our women who visit the exhibition and get inspired by the works here, to KARINCA courses.”

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