At the Barrier-Free Life Center, which was opened last month by Tuzla Mayor Şadi Yazıcı, the training of disadvantaged citizens, whose follow-up is carried out exclusively by Tuzla Municipality Gönül Elleri Çarşısı, continues uninterruptedly. Disadvantaged citizens who participate in the trainings that continue 8 days a week in 5 different branches such as sports, arts and handicrafts both have fun and participate in social life.
Tuzla Municipality Gönül Hands Bazaar, 5 thousand women city volunteers go door to door in Tuzla to identify disadvantaged citizens, and Tuzla Municipality Gönül Hands Bazaar meets their needs throughout the year. Tuzla Municipality Barrier-Free Life Center, where private citizens, who are followed up throughout the year, can receive education, do sports and participate in social life, was opened by Tuzla Mayor Şadi Yazıcı last month. Private citizens receive training 8 days a week in 5 different branches such as sports, arts and handicrafts at the Disabled Life Center. While the lessons are given by expert educators, disadvantaged citizens who participate in the lessons both have fun and participate in social life.
Enes Mut, who is very happy to attend the baglama course, said, “I love being here. I love my teachers here the most. Thank you very much for teaching me how to play the baglama.”
Ezine Kökel said, “We have music lessons and baglama lessons here. We have craft classes. I'm mostly in music class. I love the music lesson. Music means me,” he said.