📩 01/12/2022 14:05
Academician Dilek Kaya İmamoğlu came together with her girls and fellow countrymen in her hometown of Trabzon for the 'Grow Your Dreams' project. Imamoglu, who started his busy two-day program in Tonya, stopped by the dust of his feet and met with the students at the village school. Meeting with girls and students in three districts, two village schools, and a sports club, Dr. İmamoğlu gave his message at the Hasan Ali Yücel Beşikdüzü Library, which was the last stop of his trip. İmamoğlu said, “You can build big buildings. However, if you cannot train qualified teachers or doctors there, those buildings will be empty. If we want to take a step towards the future of our country, if we want to develop our vision, we have to know that the way to do this is through education.”
Realizing the 'Grow Your Dreams' project under the roof of IMM Istanbul Foundation in order to support girls to reach the ideals they believe in. Dilek Kaya İmamoğlu visited her hometown of Trabzon as part of the meetings she held throughout the country. In his two-day program on November 28-29, İmamoğlu was accompanied by İBB Istanbul Foundation General Manager Perihan Yücel and the accompanying delegation.
FROM TONYA TO CASIBAŞI
Starting his first day with a visit to Necmettin Karaduman Primary School in Sayraç District of Tonya district, İmamoğlu met with primary school 1,2,3 and kindergarten students. Giving the students the 'Inspirational Steps' book, as well as a school bag, winter supplies and stationery set, Dr. İmamoğlu did not break the invitation to the table, which consisted of local delicacies such as black cabbage rolls, corn bread and kuymak. In the school garden with the neighborhood residents after the treat sohbetImamoglu, who was put in the e-mail, did not refuse the call of the horon, he stopped the horon.
Dilek Kaya İmamoğlu, who made her second visit of the day to Yavuz Primary School in Çarşıbaşı district of Trabzon, received information from the school principal about the education period. The last meeting point of the first day was İskofya Sports Club operating in Çarşıbaşı district. İmamoğlu was welcomed with a musical feast during his visit to the club, which contributes to the country's sports by bringing young girls in Trabzon and its region into its infrastructure. The recitals of Ada on the violin and Azra on the guitar enchanted the audience. Giving the book 'Inspirational Steps' to the young athletes of the İskofiya Sports Club, Dr. İmamoğlu with the tiny, young and A-Team members clustered around him. sohbet He.
WE MUST INCREASE THE NUMBER OF SUCH PLACES
Dr. İmamoğlu was in Beşikdüzü on his second day in Trabzon. Mayor of Beşikdüzü, Ramis Uzun, accompanied İmamoğlu during his visit to Hasan Ali Yücel Library, which was brought back to Trabzon as a cultural property with severe structural problems. Hasan Ali Yücel, who was renewed with the restoration project from the roof to the interior floors, met with the children studying in the schools of the district in Beşikdüzü Library. Addressing the students at his meeting, Dr. İmamoğlu said that libraries are at the forefront of the elements that make up cities. Stating that there is a need for more libraries across the country, İmamoğlu said, “We have to provide children's need for access to information and socialization through libraries. Educational institutions such as libraries and schools. We want their numbers to increase in neighborhoods and districts," he said.
IF WE CAN'T TRAIN QUALIFIED PEOPLE…
Underlining that education is the cause, not the result, Dr. İmamoğlu said, “You can build big buildings. However, if you cannot train qualified teachers or doctors there, those buildings will be empty. If we want to take a step towards the future of our country, if we want to improve our vision, we have to know that the way to do this is through education. We need to produce a lot of places where such beautiful young people and bright-looking children can come and read, discuss and study. I would like to express my gratitude to everyone who contributed to the construction and establishment of this venue.”
IT WAS SUITABLE FOR BEŞİKDÜZÜ
Besikdüzü Mayor Ramis Uzun, who hosted his guests in his district, stated that as a municipality, they got the necessary permissions for the library from the conservation board. Long, "Mr. Ekrem İmamoğlu and his precious wife Dilek Kaya İmamoğlu's joint work is here. Such a work would suit this city, which is the cradle of education and culture for Beşikdüzü.”