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Over 18.000 graduates in 7 years
A total of 18.762 students graduated from the ‘Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu Ottoman Cultural Center’ opened by the IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation in 2013.
Palestine-Gaza 05.02.2021

The Musin Yazıcıoğlu Ottoman Cultural Center opened by IHH in 2013 continues to give hope to Palestinian students.

1.772 students graduated from the vocational development courses, 5.240 from the computer and technology department, 6.449 from the foreign language department and 5.301 from the hafiz department of the Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu Ottoman Cultural Center that has provided free education for students in need over the past 7 years.


As a part of its Palestine-Gaza education project, in 2021 IHH will be providing hafiz classes to 2.500 students and English classes of all levels, as well as computer classes including Photoshop, Autocad, 3D-MAX, Microsoft and Office programs.

Due to the Israeli occupation and genocide policies, Palestine is one of the countries with the highest rate of unemployment and poverty in the world. In view of this, many families are unable to provide their children with an education.

While Gaza’s unemployment rate has reached 50% due to the arbitral implementations enforced by Israel, 60% of them are university graduates.


With the support of donors, IHH will be continuing its education projects in Gaza.   

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