04 August 2022 09:08

Doscredobank supports the “Mobile Child Development Centers in Jailoo” project.

Childhood is a fabulous period in everyone’s life. And it would be desirable that there were a lot of high points in it, especially for those who need it the most. For more than two years, Dosсredobank has been visiting mobile child development centers in jailoo in Kara-Kungey village, Kochkor region of Naryn oblast.

When children have access to early education and games, they are more likely to receive all-round development and become successful in the future, therefore we pay special attention to those who desperately need our support. Our employees manage not only to pay attention to each child, but also to talk with them and play, to talk about the importance of developing creativity, the importance of reading books. Girls and boys were given school supplies, textbooks, board games to help them change their lives.

The Bank’s charitable activities are the personal initiative of its employees, who are always happy to help with joint efforts. All charitable activities are carried out at the expense of the Bank’s own funds, as well as personal donations of both tangible and intangible funds of employees.

For information: The Child Development Centers project became a continuation of the Jailoo Kindergartens project, initiated by the ex-president of the Kyrgyz Republic, Roza Otunbaeva. The project enables the children of cattle farmers, who spend their summers in the mountains in jailoo to prepare for school, continue their education during the summer holidays and interact with other children as part of the center’s activities. Teachers give lessons for three hours a day to develop speech, counting and other necessary skills. Child Development Centers are aimed at providing equal access to education. The project focuses on hard-to-reach, highland pastures located in remote areas. Mobile centers are based in yurts. Due to the lack of electricity, playgrounds, books, toys, computers and centralized learning centers with professional teachers in remote pastures, children of school age, from 2 to 15 years old, began to attend kindergartens. In 2016, the Jailoo Kindergartens project expanded the scope and now presents itself as Child Development Centers.