The Kuwaiti Al-Najat charity on Tuesday laid the corner stone of a large educational complex for Syrian refugees in the southeastern Turkish town of Sanliurfa. Ibrahim Al-Bader, the director of external education at the Kuwaiti association, said that the planned complex would accommodate 3,000 students. The huge building would also include sections for computer teaching classes.
The teaching facility is named after the Kuwaiti philanthropist Abdulaziz Al-Hassan, renowned for various and much applauded charitable activities. Meanwhile, teams of the society distributed food to 300 Syrian refugee families. They were also involved in psychological remedy programs for Syrian refugee orphans. Moreover, they distributed clothes to the orphans and distributed school supplies. including bags, among students.