65 tablets supplied by Turgutlu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TUTSO) were delivered to the National Education Directors of Turgutlu and Ahmetli districts to be delivered to the students in need in Turgutlu District of Manisa.
As part of the "Little Fingers" tablet distribution campaign launched under the leadership of the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB), 55 of the 65 tablets provided by the Turgutlu Chamber of Commerce and industry for distribution to students were delivered to the Turgutlu District Director of National Education, and 10 to the Ahmetli District Director of National Education.
Under the leadership of the Union of Chambers and commodity exchanges of Turkey, across the country kovid-19 epidemic in the process to the online education for underprivileged students ‘student Tabletsiz’ campaign that was launched with the goal Faruk Chamber of Commerce and Industry headed by intellectuals participated with 65 Turgutlu tablet.
Tablets provided by Turgutlu Chamber of Commerce and industry were delivered by Faruk Aydin, chairman of TUTSO Management Kuurlu, to Mehmet Ölmez, director of national education of Turgutlu district and Cendel Akçay, director of National Education of Ahmetli district.
As Turgutlu Chamber of Commerce and industry, they always support education tutso Chairman Faruk Aydin, Turkey Chambers and exchanges Association this year, launched the tablet distribution campaign throughout the country as a room 65 tablets have participated, he said.
President Aydin, who stated that 10 of the tablets will be distributed to students in Ahmetli and 55 to students in Turgutlu, said: “as a room, we will always continue to do our best to strengthen our education system. Let our students use their tablets goodbye. Our president of the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey, who leads us in the field of educational support, M. I thank Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu,” he said.
"We will distribute the tablets delivered by our room to students who have no financial means. We thank the Chamber of Commerce and industry for its support of the Tablet,” they said.