Developmental courses for our protégés

Presently, the Saby Charitable Foundation has 3 completed large-scale construction projects: the Children’s Home in Kyzylorda, the Center for social adaptation of youth “Mejirim” in Aktobe and the General gymnasium school No. 174 in Almaty. The total building area is about 20,000 sq.m.

But we do not limited ourselves to just project construction and their donation to the state - we are in continuous cooperation with the created institutions, we take further joint actions in order to improve pedagogical and social adaptation processes, and we regularly take the lead in additional educational events for our sponsees.

Vigorous efforts are being made currently in the gymnasium school  No. 174, which was built by us. We recruit children from socially vulnerable families into one of the continuing programmes of the Foundation - courses for advanced mathematicians, and a bit later it is planned to give master classes in the field of information technology for schoolchildren.

We guess it is not necessary to pinpoint that all classes for children are conducted absolutely free of charge by the partner companies of the Saby Foundation. Thus, summer English courses start on May 28, for which we thank the Almaty linguistic center “Talent”.

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