Devoted teacher of Anatolia Pervin Çelik, a paid primary school teacher working in Karaman, wanders around village to village and distributes the stationery and clothing materials that he has provided by his own means to students in need. The biggest joy of Çelik is that happiness on the faces of the village children who have obtained the materials they need.
Turkey around the teachers who prepare the new generations into the future, as well as lessons in what he told sacrifices, often lead by example in its commitment to the life and profession. Some of the teachers who passionately perform their duties away from their loved ones draw attention with the projects they have developed to create new opportunities for their students, some with their methods that make education easier, and some with the value they add to them.
Paid primary school teacher Pervin Çelik, who works in Karaman, is one of them. Çelik, who started teaching in the Mut district of Mersin 6 years ago, saw that many students had difficulties in accessing educational materials in the villages where he worked, and developed the 'Make hope' project. Çelik, who delivered stationery and clothing materials such as books, notebooks, pens, which he sometimes provided with his own salary and sometimes with the support of his environment, to the village children who were deprived of everything, was happy with the expression of happiness reflected on the faces of the children he touched. / p>
Finally, Çelik went to Çopurlu and Buluklu villages in the central Toroslar district of Mersin and distributed the stationery materials he bought with his salary to the children in need. He also realized the 'wedding dress' dream of a couple who got married in Mut but could not wear a wedding dress. "Their happiness is my greatest treasure," said Çelik, "The village children are already deprived of many things. They are happy even with a wooden pen. When I see their joy, I am very happy and I understand how accurate my work is. I am doing it and I will continue to do it. "
Çelik thanked the people and institutions who supported his campaign and emphasized that he believed that the project would continue growing.