Since our childhood, we have learned that every product is trustworthy if it is produced by observing standardization principles. But now we know it well that standardization is not limited to products; the related principles should be observed in doing any task and taking any measures. The more reliable these principles are the more trustworthy they are.
In the same vein MAHAK, has always volunteered to have its performance audited based on international standards and constantly strives for continuous improvements. This is because we aim to improve the quality of services provided for children with cancer in line with the goal of appreciating the supporters and celebrating their trust.
On the occasion of the World Standards Day, we pay tribute to the individuals and organizations that strive to adapt their performances to international standards.