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Event: Kazakhstani companies, businessmen and private individuals willingly responded to the
Saby Foundation’s appeal for assistance in raising funds to take the measures to combat COVID-19,
including for the purchase of diagnostic systems for coronavirus infectiontesting, having transferred 416 500 000 tenge for these goals
Place: Almaty city, Nur-Sultan city
Date: March 20-24, 2020
Assel Tasmagambetova, President and Founder of the Saby Charitable Foundation, and Kenes
Rakishev, Co-founder of the Saby Foundation, organized a fundraising campaign for the purchase of
rapid tests and testing systems for Coronavirus (COVID-19) analysis.
The Saby Foundation, as part of its “Medical Project”, decided to assist the population of
Kazakhstan at this difficult time for the country in connection with the announcement of the emergency
state in the country due to the existing situation with the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the
subsequent quarantine announcement in Almaty and Nur-Sultan. Some companies, organizations, and
private individuals have decided to join this important initiative.
In this situation, the social responsibility of the business community is direct responsibility for the
life and health of the population of Kazakhstan, for the future of their country.
Many Kazakhstani companies, organizations, and private individuals have willingly responded to
the appeal for participation in the Foundation’s charity event:
Vyacheslav Kim, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Kaspi.kz, and Mikhail Lomtadze, Chief
Executive Officer of Kaspi.kz, allocated 100 000 000 tenge;
Lancaster Group Kazakhstan JSC allocated 100 000 000 tenge;
Arena-S LLP (Sulpak) allocated 25 000 000 tenge;
Ihsan family allocated 20 000 000 tenge;
Nedra-Engineering LLP allocated 14 000 000 tenge;
Freedom Finance JSC allocated 10 000 000 tenge;
BankCenterCredit JSC and other companies and private individuals allocated 37 500 000 tenge.
The Saby Foundation’s founders allocated 110 000 000 tenge from personal finances.
As a result of the collection, Kazakhstani companies, organizations, andprivate individuals
have transferred 416 500 000 tenge to date.
Rapid tests and PCR testing systems for coronavirus (COVID-19) testing were purchased and will
be transferred as soon as possible free of charge to CDL Olymp LLP to perform free tests for the
population at Olympus Clinical Diagnostic Laboratories.