A devastating earthquake struck Turkey on February 6. The earthquake not only caused great material damage and loss of life, but also affected the education of many university students in the region.Buldan Foundation aims to provide computer donations to these students with this project. Providing computers will enable them to attend online classes, complete assignments and access educational resources, regardless of their location or circumstances.
The earthquake occurred on February 6 in Turkey, approximately 360,000 students were affected by the earthquake. They have lost their families, their homes, their belongings and their means of transportation, which has created significant barriers to their access to education. Without computers, these students cannot attend online classes, access course materials, or communicate with their instructors which can lead to them falling behind in their studies.
By donating computers to university students affected by the earthquake, we hope to remove the barriers to their access to education and facilitate their continued education. With computers, these students can attend online classes, access course materials, and communicate with their instructors. Computers will enable them to keep up with their studies.
The project will provide 40 computers to 40 students allowing them to continue their education, acquire new skills, and improve their employability. This will not only benefit the students but also communities. In the long term, this project can contribute to the recovery and development of the region and support the creation of a more educated and skilled workforce.
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