Osmanlı İmparatorluğu'nda Sosyal Güvenlik ve Kâr Amacı Gütmeyen Örgütler Olarak Vakıflar

Ören, Kenan
June 2003
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2003, Vol. 7 Issue 16, p171
Academic Journal
In this study, the role of foundations in the Social Security System of the Ottoman Empire has been introduced. Through services of the foundations in the Ottoman Empire, the poor, the unemployed, the disabled etc. had little difficulty if any in living standards. As well as the poor, students, teachers, scholars and scientists used to benefit from the services and aids of the foundations in the Ottoman Empire. The foundations in the Ottoman Empire had an important role in taking part in special programs and activities such services as education, training people, health, youth relationships etc. Some of them have been introduced in this study.


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