According to the statement made by the Ministry, the studies carried out by the General Directorate of Lifelong Learning to ensure that citizens have access to education within the scope of lifelong learning continue in the regions where earthquakes have occurred.
Minister Özer stated that after the earthquakes on 6 February, a total of 66 support and coordination centers were opened within the scope of lifelong learning, including 10 buildings, 45 tents, 10 containers and 1 mobile vehicle, depending on the situation in the region. So far, 79,162 citizens have benefited from the 5,820 courses opened in our support and coordination centers where activities are carried out. gave the information.
“The tailoring needs of our citizens staying in tents are also met”
Özer stated that a total of 6,339 Ministry personnel, 5 thousand 494 of whom were master trainers, were assigned as trainers in these courses.
Pointing out that the installation of 102 textile production machines has been completed at the support and coordination centers in the organization of maturation institutes and public education centers, Özer said, “In these machines, a total of 6,200 products of many types, including bed linen, pajamas, t-shirts, skirts, baby blankets and underwear, are manufactured. In this context, the tailoring needs of our citizens staying in tents are also met.” used the phrase.
In addition, Özer stated that the procurement process of 375 textile production machines to be used in the public education and support coordination centers in the earthquake zone has been started and that the procurement process is expected to be completed within 10 days.
Emphasizing that besides formal education, they offer access to multi-dimensional education within the scope of lifelong learning in order to provide education opportunities to citizens of all age groups, Özer said:
“We attach great importance to the participation of our citizens in this region in education as much as our children in the disaster area meet with education. We will continue to serve our citizens with social and cultural activities in these course centers in the earthquake area.”