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A Protocol was signed for Adıyaman within the scope of "My Mom’s Job is My Future"
A signing ceremony was organized between the representatives of Adıyaman Organized Industrial Zone (OIZ) and Borusan within the scope of My Mom’s Job is My Future project. As such, the first step was taken for the project which supports women’s employment and the construction of daily child care facilities.

A signing ceremony was organized for My Mom’s Job is My Future project’s first step with the administration of the Adıyaman Organized Industrial Zone, as part of Borusan's efforts to increase women’s employment rate by supporting mothers who want to work. The Governor of Adıyaman Mahmut Demirtaş, the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for Adıyaman Organized Industrial Zone Abdülkadir Çelenk, the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for Borusan Holding Bülent Demircioğlu and Borusan Holding CEO Agah Uğur were present during the signing ceremony that took place in Istanbul.

Governor Mahmut Demirtaş stressed that the sustainability of such efforts needs to be ensured in Adıyaman and added that "on behalf of all the residents of Adıyaman I would like to thank Borusan Holding for their contributions to the Adıyaman Organized Industrial Zone and for the future of our women and children".

The Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for Borusan Holding Bülent Demircioğlu asserted that they hope to become a torchbearer by establishing daily child care facilities at OIZs of 10 cities and he said "We hope that other chambers of industry, businessmen's associations, and companies will follow on the same path to establish the substructure necessary for many more women to work across Turkey. I anticipate that this meeting here today will allow the project to become widespread."

Borusan launched My Mom’s Job is My Future social responsibility project in collaboration with the Ministry of Family and Social Policies and the Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology for women who are unable to work because of child care. Within this scope, daily child care facilities, which will provide care and preschool needs of children aged between 0 and 6, will be built in 10 organized industrial zones of 10 cities across Turkey.