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Educational Project
Views: 956 | 22-10-2009 | Project "Education"

EDUCATION PROJECT

Project Mission:

Creation of conditions for fosterlings of children social institutions of Almaty city and regions of the Republic of Kazakhstan for successful adaptation in modern society after leaving boarding schools.

Terms of Project Realization:
Constantly ongoing project

Problem Definition:
The basis of orphancy as a social phenomenon is social economic instability of society, deterioration of families financial situation, failure of principles, devaluation of moral values. The major part of orphaned children is brought up in boarding schools. Time passes, young men and girls leaving boarding schools have to choose profession to become competitive in society and to survive in the complicated world of adults. Teachers and psychologists of boarding schools and educational institutions do their best in the main thing to help a young person occurred in difficult life situation to understand who he/she is in this world, to define himself/herself as an individuality, to find his/her place in life and to understand its value and comprehensiveness. Many techniques and state support programs for school leavers have been developed to solve these tasks; they receive assistance in solving social adaptation issues and selecting a place of education and work.
However, the problem is so complex, that without joint efforts of society and state, it is impossible to solve it.

Project Realization Stages:

1. First Stage

Task Definition:
Children from difficult families in the very beginning of their life receive a hard emotional shock and great negative experience. Their childlike mental outlook is strongly distorted and adequate social skills have not still formed. They know almost nothing about life in civilized society but are very familiar with habits of that complex atmosphere in which they have been living for a long time. Being foster children of boarding schools, they dream to live a normal life, want to be good and do much for this. However, after having left boarding schools or hostels, children often return to unfortunate atmosphere; school leavers even dispose sufficient assets to begin an independent life but cannot manage them rationally. After long years passed in social security, yesterday foster children are often not ready for an independent life. They do not know their rights and cannot protect them, incapable to accept individual responsible decisions and achieve set goals.

Ways of Solution:
1. Organization of meetings and consultations of teenagers in boarding schools with invited specialists (doctors, psychologists, religious representatives, etc.) whose task consists of modeling different life situations and teaching teenagers to correctly overcome them. Introducing children to society traditions by organizing entertaining educational activities.
2. Organization of psychological trainings and workshops for employees of boarding schools (social teachers, psychologists, tutors) for the application by them of the received knowledge and skills in work with children.

2. Second Stage

Task Definition:
Leavers of boarding schools face the choice of a profession, prepare to enter universities and colleges the same way all young people, desiring to get an education, do. The task is getting complicated by the fact that leavers of boarding schools often do not know how to achieve their goals in practice.
Ways of Solution:
Activities aimed at successful entrance of leavers of boarding schools to educational institutions. This includes: psychological questioning of children, discussions on professional orientation, choice of an educational institution and study of entrance rules. Meetings are held with interesting people who achieved definite life positions by their own efforts.

3. Third (Main) Stage

Task Definition:
In state colleges, professional lyceums and schools, where leavers of board schools enter by orphan quotas, as a rule, the list of professions is limited and not always meets desires and abilities of a teenager. It is unlikely that having entered to study an unpleasing profession, he/she will study well and actively take part in the social life of the educational institution.

Ways of Solution:
Financing of educational grants in higher and secondary education institutions by Saby Charitable Foundation allows children to choose independently both a future profession and an educational institution which will help their further integration to adult life. The Foundation enters into an agreement with an educational institution and completely pays for the education of a student.

Project Financing:
Project financing is realized at the expense of voluntary contributions made by benefactors to the Non-Profit Organization of Saby Private Charitable Foundation.

Expected Project Results:
Successful integration of former foster children of boarding schools to modern society by acquiring social skills as well as a well-deserved on-demand profession.

INTERMEDIATE RESULTS OF THE EDUCATION PROJECT REALIZATION AS OF JANUARY 1, 2017:

Regarding the First Stage:
- in 2004, 2005, 2006, meetings with a gynecologist were organized for fostered girls of Zhanuya Specialized Complex of Almaty city; the girls were consulted on issues of personal hygiene, female health, sex education;
- in 2007, meetings with psychologists were held in Boarding school #1 and Zhanuya Specialized Complex of Almaty city, where the specialists discussed with teenagers different life situations to simplify social adaptation of children in society;
- in 2008, 2009, charitable Graduate Proms were held for the most successful fostered children of boarding schools and hostels of Almaty city and regions to encourage their achievements in study, sport and social life as well as to acquaint and introduce them to social traditions. 99 school leavers of 9 forms took part in the proms.
- in 2009, special trainings for psychologists and social teachers of boarding schools and hostels from 9 institutions of different regions of Kazakhstan were held. The instructor became O.N. Manolova, a candidate of pedagogic sciences, docent of Achmeology and Psychology of the Professional Activity Department of Russian Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Russian Federation (RAPA). 25 specialists took part in these trainings;
- November 2010 May 2011, a large-scale program of psychological correction and social adaptation of fostered children was held: highly qualified practicing psychologist during 7 months conducted both theoretic and practical trainings to 70 children from boarding schools #1, #2 of Almaty city and boarding school #1 of Almaty region;
- October 2012, a class of early education and training according to Maria Montessori system was organized in the Child Care Center of Kyzylorda city. The classroom was equipped with special technique and materials for trainings with age group from birth till 3 years old; for trainings of employees of this social institution to work with fostered children according to this system four-stage seminars have been organized which will be held during a year by a Montessori pedagogue, a training specialist of Montessori Interregional Association in Revda city, Russian Federation; 17 people passed the first-stage training;
- April 2013 15 people passed training courses for the employees of the Orphanage in Kyzylorda for work with foster children according to Montessori early development method with a Montessori teacher, trainer of the Interregional Montessori Association, Revda city, Russian Federation;
- October 2014 is the third and final stage of training courses for employees of the orphanage in Kyzylorda to work with pupils on the early development after the method of Maria Montessori was organized by a Montessori-teacher and coach of Interregional Montessori Association, Revda, the Russian Federation; 15 people held.

Regarding the Second Stage:
- in 2008, 2009, discussions on professional orientation and questioning of children were held in boarding schools #1, #2 and Zhanuya Specialized Complex of Almaty city in order to define their talents and future profession choice; meetings with interesting people successful in different professions were organized;
- in 2010, two stages (in February and October) of professional orientation computer testing by the Proforientator program were organized. The program was created by Lomonosov Moscow State University for senior fosterlings of boarding schools #1, #2 of Almaty city and boarding school #1 of Almaty region in which 103 people took part;
- from December 2010 till May 2011, 6-month trainings were organized in the tutor center for the preparation of school leavers to the Common National Testing. The fostered children of boarding schools #1, #2 of Almaty city and boarding school #1 of Almaty region obtained additional knowledge by four subjects which became the key to successful passing of the examination;
- in February and October of 2011, regular stages of annually professional testing of pupils of 9 and 11 forms of the three affiliated boarding schools were held, in which in total 107 people took part.
- from September 2011 till May 2012, the pupils of the eleventh form from affiliated boarding schools of Almaty city and regions attended the courses for preparation to the Common National Testing;
- in March and October 2012, 70 pupils from affiliated social institutions took part in the annual testing of professional orientation;
- From October 2012 to May 2013 graduates from the affiliated boarding schools of Almaty city and region attended training courses for CNT preparation;
- in February and October of 2013, 70 foster children from the affiliated institutions took part in a regular stage of annual testing of professional orientation;
- 8-month courses for CNT preparation for graduates of affiliated childrens homes of Almaty city and region were renewed from October 2013;
- November, 2013 annual subscription for printed publications of the Baldyrgan magazine and the Ulan newspaper in the amount of 50 samples for 33 children social institutions of the Republic of Kazakhstan;
- In February and October 2014, 88 children from sponsored orphanages in Almaty and Almaty region participated in career guidance tests;
- From October 2014 a preparation course for the Unified National Test for 10 graduates of the sponsored orphanages in Almaty and Almaty region began;
- December 2014 We made annual subscription to print edition of Baldyrgan magazine and Ulan newspaper, by 15 copies each, for 2 children social institutions of Almaty and Almaty region.;
- In February 2015 the second stage of professional testing for 20 fosterlings of boarding schools of Almaty city was terminated. It was held in Almaty branch of Saint Petersburg University of the Humanities and Social Sciences;
- In March and October 2016, 2-phase testing for vocational guidance using a special computer technique developed at the Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov was carried for 82 children from the children's homes of Almaty and Almaty region;
- September 2016 - 8-month preparatory course to UNT was organized for 10 pupils of children's home No. 1 of Almaty and boarding school for children from low-income families of Almaty region.

Regarding the Third (Main) Stage:
- During the implementation of the Educational Project 69 people from the number of orphans and children left without parental care have been trained and got specialities;
- At present 9 teenagers from orphanages and residential schools of our country are trained in specialized secondary schools and higher educational institutions.

Milestone:
Project has been operating for 14 years, 10 children social institutions from 5 cities of Kazakhstan have been covered, and total number of foster children is 1400 people.

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Project "Sport - Health - Achievements"
Views: 979 | 22-10-2009 | Sports Project

SPORT-HEALTH-ACHIEVEMENTS

Project Purpose:
1. To create conditions for pupils of child welfare social institutions in Kazakhstan to do exercises and to go in for sports, and to develop Olympic and national sports as well as peoples games;
2. To form a healthy life and principles of an active longevity among pupils;
3. To enhance occupation of children and the youngsters by providing sports leisure activities for the purpose of offence prevention.

Scenario of the Project Implementation:
1. To build sports-grounds and tot-lot areas equipped on an up-to-date basis at child welfare social institutions;
2. To involve pupils in systematic exercises and sports;
3. To activate interaction between the physical education & sports associations (including federations) and sports clubs and the pupils of child welfare social institutions.

Problem Definition:
Currently Kazakhstan has received increasing attention to the development of sports both generally around the country and in the educational system. However only 56.5 % of general education institutions of the Republic have standard sports halls and 14.9 % of once have sports halls duly adapted. A scope of exercises done at secondary education institutions is 3 - 4 times less than the applicable standards require. To reach a scheduled and scientifically proven level of physical activity, one should increase the number of exercises and provide a training process with sports equipment.
Unfortunately, out-of-class health & fitness and sports & mass activities during extracurricular hours have failed to develop. The number of children and the youngsters, who are subject to different cold-related and chronic diseases is still increasing owing to a low physical activity.
The importance of sport for pupils of child welfare social institutions is particularly difficult to overestimate. Indeed, often such children have nothing to occupy their leisure with. As a result, there is a dawdle, which leads to disappointment, hooliganism and even immorality. To engage children especially upperclassmen in useful things after studies is becoming an important task. And sport promotes in the solution of many problems.

Primary Tasks:

1. Physical education of preschool and primary school-aged children

Task Definition:
The basic vital motor skills develop at the tender age of children, a child learns to properly walk, sit, stand, do the simplest exercises, orientate itself in space, take physical conditioning procedures, and gets into the habit of everyday physical exercises and sports activities, which are the basis of a healthy life. Arrangements for physical education of children require exercises with them by way of games, as a rule, in the open air, and a constant updating of the content thereof. Exercises are to be based on a various physical training, which increase functional capabilities of children and develop all physical functions of the human body. The leading scientists in pediatry and physical training & sport recommend physical activity for not less than 10 12 hours per week for the said age group.

The primary directions in the solution of the task are as follows:
- to set up tot-lot areas Ksil at child welfare social institutions with more than 15 preschool and primary school-aged children to do exercises outdoors (Organization in Charge Saby Charitable Foundation);
- to develop and introduce training and game programs for physical education of preschool and primary school-aged children at institutions (to be performed by the administration of orphanages and boarding schools);

2. Physical education of senior school-aged children

Task Definition:
Physical education is to promote development and improvement of childrens basic motion functions, their physical development and health, and education of a conscious need in a healthy life.
Physical education of senior school-aged children is to develop their high need in systematic physical exercises and sports activities. It necessary to introduce extracurricular exercises subject to the interests of children in different sports and systems of exercises. During classes, one should teach to rationally use factors of nature, to combine work with rest, to give a grounding of physical training, self-massage and safety rules, combination of volumes and intensity of exercise loads, a proper performance of exercises and succession thereof, and to give necessary theoretic knowledge about the physiological make-up of the body, and the hygiene of exercises. A recommended scope of active exercises and sports activities for children of this age category is not less than 8 - 10 hours a week.

The primary directions in the solution of the task are as follows:
- to build, at child care social institutions, up-to-date sports grounds equipped, on a multi-purpose basis, to go in for different sports (in particular, five-a-side, voleyball, basketball, handball, and court tennis) (Organization in Charge Saby Charitable Foundation);
- to improve out-of-school forms of arrangement for physical training for a further changeover from the classes in physical education to the trainings as per particular sports subject to the interests of pupils and the development of their physiological make-up (Organizer Saby Charitable Foundation) (to be performed by the administration of orphanages and boarding-schools);
- to ensure that physical exercises and sports activities are popularized by involving famous sportsmen, champions, Merited Sports Masters and leading coaches by pupils (Organization in Charge Saby Charitable Foundation);
- to select promising children to get a further sports education to replenish national teams as per particular sports (Organization in Charge Saby Charitable Foundation).

Project Financing:
The project will be financed by voluntary contributions of benefactors through the Non- Commercial Organization Saby Charitable Foundation.

Expectations:
1. Establishment of healthy life principles among the children and the youth of child care social institutions.
2. Increase in the number of pupils, who actually engage in exercises and sports activities and, as a result, decrease in the morbidity rate.
3. Decrease in the number of offences among the the younger generation.
4. Increase in the promising sports reserve of candidates to the R.K. national teams from among the pupils of child care social institutions.

INTERMEDIATE RESULTS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SPORTS PROJECT SPORT-HEALTH-ACHIEVEMENTS ON JANUARY 1, 2017 ARE AS FOLLOWS:

Public Institution Orphanage 1, City of Almaty
1. A sports ground to play five-a-side with a synthetic grasscoverage of 600 m2 was put in commission in April of 2008.
2. A sports ground of 500 m2 to play volleyball, basketball, court and table tennis was put in commission in April of 2008.
3. A playground sil of 40 m2 was put in commission in May of 2009.

Public Institution Orphanage 2, City of Almaty
4. An all-purpose sports ground to play five-a-side and court tennis with a synthetic grasscoverage of 800 m2 was put in commission in May of 2009.
5. A sports ground of 692 m2 to play volleyball and basketball was put in commission in May of 2009.

Public Institution Specialized Complex Zhanuya
6. A sports ground to play five-a-side and court tennis with a synthetic grasscoverage of 800 m2 was put in commission in May of 2007.
7. A sports ground of 700 m2 to play volleyball, basketball and court tennis was put in commission in May of 2007.

Public Institution Almaty Regional Orphanage 1
8. A sports hall of 197 m2 with PVC coverage was put in commission in May of 2009.
9. A playground sil of 150 m2 was put in commission in May of 2009.

Orphanage Ainalayin, Town of Taldykorgan
10. A multi-purpose sports ground of 450 m2 to play five-a-side, basketball, volleyball and court tennis with a special coverage and a possibility to fill in a skating rink in wintertime was put in commission in September of 2009.

Boarding-school 1 for orphaned children and those children, who were left without the care of their parents, Town of Kyzylorda
11. A sports hall of 197 m2 with PVC coverage was put in commission in October of 2009.
12. A sports ground of 600 m2 to play five-a-side with a special coverage and a possibility to fill in a skating rink in wintertime was put in commission in November of 2009.
13. A sports ground of 500 m2 to play volleyball, basketball, court and table tennis was put in commission in November of 2009.
14. A playground sil of 150 m2 was put in commission in October of 2009.

Child Welfare Antituberculous Sanatorium Chimbulak, Almaty Oblast
15. A playground sil of 300 m2 was put in commission in April of 2010.

Kaskelen Boarding School
16. Commissioning of a Childrens Playground Ksill in 2010 with total area of 200 2.
17. Commissioning of a multi-sports ground in 2010 for playing mini-football, basketball, volleyball with special floor-coating that makes it possible to use it as a skating-rink in winter with total area of 450 2.

Special boarding school 2 of Petropavlovsk
18. A playground sil of 300 m2 was put in commission in May of 2011.

Ust-Kamenogorsk Children's orphanage "Umyt"
19. Multi-sports ground for playing mini-football, basketball, volleyball with special floor-coating that makes it possible to use it as a skating-rink in winter with total area of 450 2 is commissioning in June of 2011.

Danashym Physics-Mathematics School, Almaty
20. Childrens playground Ksil with an area of 200 m2 was put into operation in August 2011

Hope House, Almaty
21. Childrens playground Ksil with an area of 300 m2 was put into operation in September 2011.

Youth House, Almaty
22. Professional field for mini-football with an area of 800 m2 equipped with special safe artificial grass cover and contour floodlight was put into operation in October 2011.

Boarding-school, Semei
23. Multi-sports ground with an area of 450 m2 for playing mini-football, basketball, volleyball with special safe artificial grass cover and contour floodlight was put into operation in August 2012.

Regional Rehabilitation Center, Alga, Aktobe Oblast
24. A playground sil of 150 m2 was put in commission in August 2012.

Regional Special School boarding, Temirtau
25. Multi-sports ground with an area of 450 m2 for playing mini-football, basketball, volleyball with special safe artificial grass cover and contour floodlight was put into operation in September 2012.

Childrens House of Kyzylorda
26. A playground sil of 200 m2 with special safe artificial grass cover and contour floodlight was put into operation in October 2012.

Public institution "Orphanage 8 family type" in Semey
27. Multi-sports ground with an area of 450 m2 for playing mini-football, basketball, volleyball with special safe artificial grass cover and contour floodlight was put into operation in June 2013.

Public institution "Boarding School 3 for visually impaired children" in Semey
28. A playground sil of 200 m2 was put into operation in June 2013.

Public institution "Special boarding school 4 for the hearing-impaired children" in Semey
29. Multi-sports ground with an area of 450 m2 for playing mini-football, basketball, volleyball with special safe artificial grass cover and contour floodlight was put into operation in July 2013.

The House of Youth in Almaty
30. Exercise equipment, such as bike, treadmill and cardio-vascular machine, was donated for the gym in June 2014.

Aktobe Regional Youth House
31. Children playground with special injure-safe rubber coating with total area of 525 sq.m. was put in commission in August 2015.

Aktobe Special School No 7
32. Multifunctional fenced playground with total area of 480 sq.m. for futsal, basketball, volleyball with special injure-safe rubber coating and outline searchlight was put in commission in September 2015.

Adaptation Center for Minors of North-Kazakhstan region in Petropavlovsk
33. Children playground with a special injury prevention coating with a total area of 144 sq. m was constructed in June 2016

Aktobe Regional Special (Correctional) Boarding School - College for Children with Hearing Impairment, Aktobe
34. Children playground of Correction Special Boarding School with a special injury prevention coating with a total area of 296 sq. m was constructed in August 2016

Children's home No. 1 in Almaty
35. The capital repair was carried out with the replacement of concrete base and laying of rubber cover with a total area of 820 sq. m, in September 2016.


TOTAL:
- Amount of built sport sites 18
- Amount of repaired gyms 2
- Amount of constructed tot lots 14
- Amount of equipped fitness rooms 1.

Milestones:
The project runs for 14 years. Build 35 sports facilities in 24 social institutions of 11 cities for 4000 children.

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Project "Decent Life for Disabled Persons"
Views: 900 | 22-10-2009 | InvaProject

DECENT LIFE FOR DISABLED PEOPLE

Project Mission:
To raise the level of self-realization of people with limited capacities, to create decent life conditions for them, to organize unobstructed access to objects of social infrastructure, to create conditions for rehabilitation and integration of disabled people into society.

Main Project Objectives:
1. To provide free access for all needed people to objects of social infrastructure and to significantly improve their life quality by organizing Invataxi special car parks for rendering free transport services to people having special moving difficulties, first of all to wheelchair persons. Equipped with special lifting appliances, such cars make possible for a wheelchair person to get into the passenger compartment without much effort and the need to change seats;
2. To provide people with difficulties in moving with the possibility to activate and integrate into society. The ability to move will allow people with limited capacities to actively participate in social life including the possibility to work. Special attention should be given to children, who can attend schools, developing centers and cultural events;
3. To form adequate mindset of citizens of Kazakhstan regarding problems of people with limited capacities.

Problem Definition
Do we see in our day-to-day life people with limited capacities and people in wheelchairs in the streets? Very rarely. But this fact does not mean that the number of such people is little. About 40,000 people with limited capacities live in Almaty including over 2,000 children. If a healthy person managing personal problems can use a car, taxi or public transport, for a disabled person, having problems with musculoskeletal system, this type of moving is impossible. It is connected both with a high cost of a trip and the difficulty in the loading of a wheelchair. In connection with such enforced confinement within the walls of their own houses, disabled people cannot go out to places common for ordinary people such as a shop, hospital, bank let alone a theatre, cinema and museum. Also they are deprived of the possibility to work and study, to take part in cultural events that means they are completely isolated from society, and which destroys not only their moral welfare, but violates guaranteed constitutional rights.

Project Realization Plan:
Taking into account the whole difficulty of the problem, Saby Charitable Foundation carried out its own monitoring and came to the conclusion of the necessity to arrange special car parks for the transportation of wheelchair people in cities of Kazakhstan. Cars equipped with special lifting appliances will allow a wheelchair person to get into the passenger compartment without much effort. The ability to move will allow people with limited capacities to take part in society life which is especially important for children who can attend schools, developing centers and cultural events.

Project Actions:
1. To purchase specially equipped cars for transportation of people with limited capacities and donate them to disabled people societies in Kazakhstan cities for further exploitation (Executor Saby);
2. To purchase special ladder lifting appliances for bringing wheelchairs up and down the stairs in buildings and constructions and to equip Invataxi cars with them (Executor Saby);
3. To organize Invataxi car parks and dispatch services in Kazakhstan cities employing disabled people who can work (Executor Societies of Disabled People of Cities of the Republic of Kazakhstan);
4. To form material and technical basis of dispatch services organized on the basis of Invataxi services including supplying of computer equipment and software support for the automatization of handling of orders for transportation of wheelchair people and prepare reports on expenditure of budgeting funds (Executor Saby);
5. To finance the activity of organized Invataxi services in Kazakhstan cities (Executor municipal akimats (authorities) of Kazakhstan cities).

Project History:
In order to realize scale projects, in June, 2008, in Almaty city, Saby Charitable Foundation in cooperation with Art Exhibition Direction arranged the Art Nomad Exhibition, the main task of which was to attract the attention of society to problems of disabled people as well as to introduce to foreign guests visual and applied art of Kazakhstan. The visit of this event by the Chairman of Christies Auction House Lord David Linley allowed to carry out the next stage of the project a charitable auction and exhibition at Christies Auction House in London. This event was held in October, 2008 and became significant not only for the Foundation but for our whole country because it opened to the world one of the constituent of the culture of Kazakhstan. At such high level Kazakh art was exhibited for the first time. The auction and exhibition raised almost 1,000,000 US dollars. All funds were transferred for the purchase of first 20 equipped Invataxi cars of Volkswagen mark.

Project Financing:
Project financing is carried out at the expense of voluntary contributions made by benefactors through Saby Private Charitable Foundation Non-Profit Organization.

Expected Results
Gradual realization of this Program will allow disabled and non-mobile people to overcome current limitations in life activity, to increase the index of integration of disabled people into society, to increase the level of social protection of disabled people, to reinforce material and technical basis of social institutions for creating conditions for the realization of potential and possibilities of disabled people, to improve qualification of social services institutions staff, to create premises for the formation of adequate mindset of Kazakhstan citizens regarding problems of disabled people.

Milestones:
The Project has been operating for 7 years. 62 cars in 20 cities of the Republic of Kazakhstan were purchased for 43,000 disabled people.

INTERMEDIATE RESULTS OF THE DECENT LIFE FOR DISABLED PEOPLE PROJECT AS OF JANUARY 1, 2017:

- Total number of special cars purchased 62 in 20 cities of the Republic of Kazakhstan, including:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 31 units;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 28 units;
Volkswagen rafter cars 3 units;

Cars were donated to social organizations of disabled people of the following cities:

July, 2009, August, 2012, September, 2013, Almaty Society of Disabled People, Almaty city 15 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 8 units;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 6 units;
Volkswagen rafter cars 1 unit.

December, 2009, Atyrau 3 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 2 units;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 1 unit.

January, 2010, January 2011, Kostanai 3 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 1 unit;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 2 units.

February, 2010, Karaganda 2 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 1 unit;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 1 units.

April, 2010, December, 2011, Taraz 2 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 2 units.

July, 2010, Semei 2 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 1 unit;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 1 unit.

July, 2010, Astana 5 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 2 units;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 2 units;
Volkswagen rafter cars 1 unit.

July, 2010, Pavlodar 2 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 1 unit;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 1 unit.

July, 2010, Aktobe 2 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 1 unit;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 1 unit.

December, 2010, Kokshetau 2 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 1 unit;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 1 unit.

December, 2010, Temirtau 2 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 1 unit;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 1 unit.

December, 2010, April, 2011, Shymkent 4 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 2 units;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 2 units.

April, 2011, Ust-Kamenogorsk 2 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 1 unit;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 1 unit.

April, 2011 Kyzylorda 2 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 1 unit;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 1 unit.

December, 2011, Uralsk 2 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 1 unit;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 1 unit.

December, 2011, Ekibastuz - 2 cars:
Volkswagen Caddy cars 1 unit;
Volkswagen Transporter cars 1 unit.

March, 2012, Almaty 2 cars:
Volkswagen Transporter cars 1 unit;
Volkswagen rafter cars 1 unit.

March, 2012, Almaty 2 cars:
Volkswagen Transporter cars 1 unit;
Volkswagen rafter cars 1 unit.

14 sets of computer equipment were donated to all the societies participating in the Project to improve the work of dispatch services as well as to unify the reporting on cars exploitation;

To improve services provided by Invataxi, 15 ladder elevators for wheelchairs were purchased and donated to 12 disabled people societies of the following cities: Almaty (2 units), Semei, Astana, Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kokshetau, Kostanai, Pavlodar, Aktobe, Shymkent, Kyzylorda, Uralsk, Ekibastuz.

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