Synergy: Roza Otunbayeva International Public Foundation, British Embassy & Aga Khan Foundation repair 3 kindergartens

The “Initiative of Roza Otunbayeva” International Public Foundation with the support of the British Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic helped in repairing three kindergartens in Batken Oblast through the current Aga Khan Foundation project “Raising potential and improving appropriate local institutions’ infrastructure for the effective management of water and pasture resources.” Renovations were completed first in in Chong-Kara Village in Batken Rayon at the “Altyn Balalyk” Kindergarten.

Synergy: Roza Otunbayeva International Public Foundation, British Embassy & Aga Khan Foundation repair 3 kindergartens

Source:  Roza Otunbayeva Initiative

About “Roza Otunbayeva Initiative” International Public Foundation

The “Roza Otunbayeva Initiative” International Public Foundation was registered after I laid down the authority of President of the Kyrgyz Republic. Together with my team, we are formulating a strategy, agenda and a direction for the Foundation. The key themes in development emerge in the process; therefore I named the Foundation an initiative. Now the Foundation has begun the realization of those ideas, which I myself hold; ideas, that I have long wanted to implement as a free-floating individual.

The initiatives of 2012 are directed at the development of education, art and culture, the support of women and youth, and also the creation of multicultural development platforms. Each of these initiatives has its own mission, but reflect the basic vision of the Foundation – creation directed at the development of the people of Kyrgyzstan.

Ex-President of the Kyrgyz Republic
Roza Isakovna Otunbayeva

Via Roza Otunbayeva Initiative – Founder

Synergy: Roza Otunbayeva International Public Foundation, British Embassy & Aga Khan Foundation repair 3 kindergartens
From the Ismailimai Archives (May 28, 2012). Global Centre for Pluralism Annual Lecture 2012 by Roza Otunbayeva: Prospects for Democracy and Pluralism in Central Asia: Lessons from the Kyrgyz Republic

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