40 needy families of Aral city of the Kyzylorda Region got new houses under the Balameken Project of the Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation. Multi-child families, orphans, people with disabilities and families living in unfit houses have become the owners of new apartments. Today the keys to the apartments were handed over to their future residents with the participation of Gulshara Abdykalikova, the Akim of the Kyzylorda Region.
Akim of Almaty Bakytzhan Sagintayev planted cucumber seeds in the greenhouse of the Green Schools project. The project was initiated by the Bulat Utemuratov Foundation. It is designed to create high-tech greenhouses in educational institutions.
The Bulat Utemuratov Foundation has launched the Jas Leader Akademiiasy program in Turkestan, the spiritual capital of the Turkic world. The goal of the program is to support and develop leadership skills among students in grades 5-11. Children will be taught skills that are in demand, which are not taught in school - communication skills, speaking in front of an audience, planning and time management, self-presentation and development of self-confidence.
The Bulat Utemuratov's Foundation will allocate more than 200 million Tenge to victims of drought in the Aral district
The funds will be transferred to the Aralym-Aidyn Shalkarym Public Foundation, which will then be distributed for the priority needs of the affected population. In the region, the problem of livestock access to water and fodder supply is acute due to the prolonged drought. At the moment, more than 500 heads of cattle have already died in the area.
The first project stage will start in Almaty, where the Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation will install greenhouses in 16 public schools. In the next two years, Nur-Sultan and Shymkent will join the initiative by installing 40 more greenhouses. The first greenhouse was opened at school No. 177 of the Zhetysu District of Almaty.
The Bulat Utemuratov's Foundation is launching the Leadership Academy program in cooperation with the Akimats of the Turkestan Region and Shymkent. The program goal is to support and develop leadership skills among schoolchildren in grades 5-11 and teach skills that are in demand and that are not taught in school