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First graduatees of our courses
The first trainee students in the courses that we opened 3 months ago in the Khan Yunus Qarara region of Palestine for Job Acquisation Center for Women, graduated. 22 students were given certificates
Palestine, MiddleEast 06.05.2009

IHH’s Palestine Coordinator Mehmet Kaya speaking in the ceremony said “ We are so happy if we can contribute on the Palestinian economy and help the people to take bread to their houses.”

Kaya, pointing out that the number of the Job Acquisition centers will increase said” In every corner of Gaza we will spread these centers.”

Kaya also gave a good news for the trainees. Mehmet Kaya said that all the trainees who graduated could permanently use the sewing workshop established by the center and they could bring their works from outside to this center. 

In order to do this Kaya said they will increase the number of the sewing machines. Trainees having become happy with this news thanked IHH for its sensitiveness.

After the speeches, 22 students got their course certificates after a 3- month training.  

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