Residents of the Auliyekol and Karassu Districts of the Kostanay Region, whose houses were completely destroyed by fire, received KZT 1 million each as part of the Aid Card Project of the Bulat Utemuratov Foundation.
The Bulat Utemuratov Foundation allocated 1billion tenge to create and equip a Stroke Center in the Auliyekol Central District Hospital of the Kostanay Region. Families, whose houses were completely destroyed by fire, will receive targeted aid in the amount of 1 million tenge.
150 teachers from Kyzylorda and Zhambyl regions have been trained under the Jas Leader Akademiiasy program
Bulat Utemuratov Foundation implements the Jas Leader Akademiiasy program, a new stage of which starts in Kyzylorda and Zhambyl regions. In each region, 75 teachers from 25 schools will receive methodological training to help develop the leadership skills of students in grades 5-11. The children will be taught in–demand skills that are not taught at school - these are communication skills, speaking to an audience, planning and time management, self-presentation and self-confidence development.
The Jas Leader Akademiiasy Program was launched by Bulat Utemuratov Foundation in 2021 in 50 schools of the Turkestan Region and the city of Shymkent. Approximately 12.5 thousand students of 5-11 grades studied critical thinking, teamwork, public speaking, and argumentative expression throughout the school year. 450 students, who demonstrated high activity and motivation, became participants of the first Jas Leader Forum in Almaty, which was held in two streams and ended on July 17.
The Green Schools Project, within the framework of which the year-round greenhouses will be built in 20 secondary schools, has been presented in the capital city. The first greenhouse was presented today to the Nur-Sultan city Akimat. The Project being implemented by the Bulat Utemuratov Foundation is aimed to develop eco-education and careful attitude toward nature. It has successfully proven itself in Almaty schools, where the project participants harvested a total of 1.26 tons over the last school year. The capital city schoolchildren will join the initiative this school year.
500 school pupils from Shymkent and Turkestan will gather in Almaty for the first Young Leaders Forum
The Young Leaders Forum will be held in Almaty in the first half of July and will become a platform for summing up the results of the first year of the Jas Leader Akademiiasy project launched by the Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation. 500 best pupils of comprehensive schools who have made significant progress in the development of social and communication skills over the year will participate in the Forum.