The Yunus Emre Institute (YEE) has produced a new documentary titled “Azez: Umudun Adı” ("Azaz: The Name of the Hope"), shedding light on the hardships those living in Syria have faced on a daily basis since civil war broke out in the country almost a decade ago. The film made its world debut on the institute's YouTube channel on Sunday.
Through the documentary, the institute hopes to raise awareness about the vital steps that still need to be taken to help the war-torn country.
Azaz is a northwestern Syrian district about 32 kilometers (20 miles) north of the city of Aleppo. The documentary pieces together old and new footage, particularly focusing on the city's YEE branch and the Azaz Vatan Hospital, opened by Turkey on Jan. 8, 2020.
Azaz is home to the YEE's 60th cultural center, established to promote the Turkish language and culture around the world. In Azaz, the YEE has been helping people in need while providing educational services and cultural activities since last September.
Please click to read our informative text prepared pursuant to the Law on the Protection of Personal Data No. 6698 and to get information about the cookies used on our website in accordance with the relevant legislation.
6698 sayılı Kişisel Verilerin Korunması Kanunu uyarınca hazırlanmış aydınlatma metnimizi okumak ve sitemizde ilgili mevzuata uygun olarak kullanılan çerezlerle ilgili bilgi almak için lütfen tıklayınız.