TIKA distributes Kitchen gardening racks among 200 women in Rawalpindi

The Turkish Corporation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) initiated the kitchen gardening program for 200 women in Rawalpindi.

“TİKA has just initiated the kitchen gardening program by providing all necessary items to 200 women in Rawalpindi,” TIKA said in a Twitter post. “The next phase will include training them to produce vegetables efficiently. The project will help the women to contribute to family budget by producing on their own.”

He added that TIKA would continue to help and facilitate people, adding that Turkish and Pakistani people are good friends and Turkish people always enjoy visiting Pakistan.

Speaking at the event at RDA Headquarters, Turkish Ambassador Yurdakul said: “Turkish people have a great love for their Pakistani brethren. We will not leave Pakistan alone in this critical period of time. We will extend our moral and financial support to the needy people in Pakistan.”

Turkish Ambassador Ihsan Mustafa Yurdakul was invited to the event as chief guest, and RDA Chairman Tariq Mehmood Murtaza, Director General Ammara Khan, General Secretary Helpline Akhlaqur Rahman, Director Admin and Finance Khalid Javed Goraya and others also attended.

The kitchen gardening project is a collaboration between the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA), the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) and Pak Helpline.

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