While Kimse Yok Mu, an international non profit humanitarian aid and development organization, meets the urgent needs of orphans and vulnerable children around the world and develops plans regarding their futures, the organization also pursues new projects which will nurture the orphans’ psychologies positively. Therefore it gives priority to use the universal language of art. On a road to develop with various artists, the projects that will have positive impacts on vulnerable children, the first step is taken as interactive project with the puppet artist Hakan Arısoy. He staged puppet shows in Guinea and Benin, and fashioned puppets that can be designed by orphans. Building their first toys on their own, seeing a puppet for the very first time in their lives (amazed, excited and delighted), the orphans and vulnerable children experienced and hoarded some very happy moments.
During the puppet shows staged at different orphanages and villages in each country, the orphans developed quite positive reactions to puppets in different characteristics dancing with local music and the shows which are able to reach and connect to them.
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