Turkish “Humanitarian Relief” opens a school in Faso

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The authority stated in a statement on Wednesday that the school was established in the village of “Ziga” in Yatenga province, with the support of donors in the village.

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The statement added that the school was built in place of a school that was destroyed as a result of heavy rains, and the new school was named after “Mr. Muhammad Suruji Syed Baba for imams and preachers.”

He pointed out that the school includes 4 classes for females, 2 classes for males, an administrative office, a mosque, ablutions and bathrooms.

He emphasized that the school was built with the aim of teaching religious and scientific sciences in the region where the Muslim population is densely populated.

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The statement pointed out that the authority dug a well in the school’s garden and provided it with a water tank for the benefit of the public. The school was completely covered with solar-powered lighting.