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Siemens, which contributes to the creation of a better world with its ideas, technologies and activities, is participating in the "Stars of Istanbul" project created in conjunction with the 60th year of UNICEF's service in Turkey and organised within the scope of the United Nations target of ensuring that, by 2015, "children everywhere, boys and girls alike, will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling."
For the benefit of UNICEF, and as part of the Stars of Istanbul project, which is the largest multi-purpose outdoor arts event in Turkey, Siemens sponsored the star designed by the Indian artist Mulani Javed Chandsaheb, and will meet the basic education requirements of 100 children and enable "their futures to shine".
In speaking about the Stars of Istanbul project, Siemens Inc CEO Hüseyin Gelis said, "We, as Siemens Inc, are aware of the importance of a strong education for the future of Turkey. Each intellect has a unique value for us. As a company located in over 190 countries in the world, we believe in diversity, as demonstrated by all our employees. With this belief, we chose to proceed with the Indian artist Javed Mulani Chandsaheb in the Stars of Istanbul project. Each child to whose education we contribute will grow up and become a part of this diversity with their knowledge and points of view on the future"..
The Star of Siemens, a project demonstrating the importance Siemens places on the education of children for the sustainability of the future of a country, will be available for visitors to see at the International Terminal of Istanbul Ataturk Airport from September until November.
Mulani Javed Chandsaheb was born in India on 26 December 1978. Chandsaheb graduated from Sir J.J. Arts School Institute of Fine Arts and his paintings won him a scholarship from the Indian Government Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Chandshaeb, who is a painter and a photographer, also lectures at the Rachana Sansad Academy Institute of Fine Arts. Throughout his career, he has received many awards, and in 2009 he exhibited at the Siemens Arts Program exhibition, "Real Search is Elsewhere".
Siemens AG (Berlin and Munich) is a global company, active in the areas of electronic and electric engineering and industry, energy and health sectors. For over 160 years, Siemens has been standing out with its technological perfection, innovation, quality and reliability. The company, which is the largest producer of environment technologies, obtains 28 billion euros – more than one third of its total income - from green products and solutions. In the fiscal year 2010, which ended on 30 September 2010, the total sales income of the company reached 76 billion euros and the net profit reached 4.1 billion euros. At the end of September 2010, the number of Siemens employees worldwide was approximately 405,000.
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