Three cities of Kazakhstan have received 6 “Invataxi” vehicles

Three cities of Kazakhstan have received 6 “Invataxi” vehicles 6 new specially equipped vehicles acquired for disabled persons living in three cities of Kazakhstan were presented by the state holiday – the Independence Day of Kazakhstan. Now these cars are running in Kokshetau, Shymkent and Temirtau – two cars in each city: Volkswagen Caddy and Volkswagen Transporter, and help disabled persons move faster, in comfortable conditions and free of charge.

This event has become a reason for a visit of chairmen of municipal associations of disabled persons to the “Saby” Charitable Foundation, where they received vehicles and all accompanying documents. All guests spoke very friendly about the work of the Foundation under the project "Decent Life for Disabled Persons” and noted its importance for disabled persons.

The project "Decent Life for Disabled Persons” was started in spring 2008 and now it is one of the most important projects of the “Saby” Foundation. The final objective of the project is to organize specialized car fleets of “Invataxi” service in all cities of Kazakhstan.

Photos of the Service "Invataxi" in Shymkent and Temirtau

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