8 madrasas built in different regions of Burkina Faso by IDDEF have been unveiled by the help of the valuable donations of benefactors.
Inauguration ceremonies were held in Burkina Faso, one of the poorest countries of West Africa, for 8 madrasas built in 8 remote villages, 5 masjids, 6 houses for instructors and several water wells.
New projects were unveiled by Hn. Seyfettin İnanç and Hn. Nedim Payalan from İsmailağa Foundation, Chairman of İDDEF Execution Board Mehmet Turan and other board members, Board Chairman of İlkseç Foundation Hn. Ali Ulvi Uzunlar and several other benefactors. Educational activities have been proceeding in the new madrasas since April.
30-person committee visited the madrasas built in Niou, Godo, Nango and Lapone cities. Another committee from Hayder Foundation visited the madrasas in Pella.
Witnessing a huge turnout of local officials and people, ceremonies opened with Quranic Recitation and Nasheeds were sung.
Responding to AA reporter’s questions, Chairman of İDDEF’s Board, Mr. Turan said they started their Burkina Faso services in 2011 after the opening Vagadugu Central Madrasa and told “Students of this madrasa are appointed as instructors in several other madrasas.”
“This Project turned into a fruitful one as the service we launched in 2011 hosts 60 students only in central madrasa; together with 8 village madrasas, we have reached 28 instructors and nearly 1000 students. We aim to expand these projects to 213 towns –or karyas, of Burkina Faso in 10 years” said Mr. Turan in his interview.
He maintained that “It is very important to carry on humanitarian aid and Islamic services together. We do not leave the regions after distributing aid; we start living in those regions together with our brothers. We do not make any distinction between the cities we send aid and our homeland. From now on, these towns and cities will be both in our memories and in our hearts.”
A Special Name for Pella Madrasa
The IDDEF unveiled new institutions in 8 remote towns of Ouagadougou; Pella, Niou, Godo, Rahmatullah, Sumasi, Nango, Kogarsiyogu and Lapune. Being inspired from the heroic popular resistance against 15th July Military Coup in Turkey, the madrasa in Pella is named after 15th July.
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