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GROWN VEGETABLES WITHIN THE PROJECT ARE SERVED TO STUDENTS WITH MEAL

Hot meals at school will provide the children's body with microelements, prevent anemia, and have a positive effect on physical development. One of the main goals of the Vegetable Production project is to provide schools with vegetables and provide students with additional vitamin nutrition. Today, in secondary schools named after R. Dzhangaziev in Kara-Koo village and B. Mambetov in Tort-Kul village, vegetables grown under this project are used as a supplement to hot lunches served at the school.

Vegetables grown at the demonstration plot of the vocational school #81 in the village of Bokonbaev are used as additional food for three meals a day for students living and studying in the hostel, and for lunch for students of budgetary courses.

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The Vegetable Growing project is funded by the International Seed Program (SPI - Seed Programs International) and implemented by the public fund AVEP in the villages of Shor-Bulak, Kara-Koo, Eshperov, Tort-Kul, Bokonbaeva, Ton district.

 

HARVEST FESTIVAL HELD IN SCHOOLS

On October 20-21, the “Harvest Festival” was held at the secondary schools named after B. Mambetov in the village of Tort-Kul and R. Zhangaziyev in the village of Kara-Koo. Participants of the project "Vegetable Production" presented to the teaching staff and students vegetable plants grown on a demonstration plot within the framework of the project.

The project participants spoke about the composition and benefits of vegetable crops. We organized a stand about vegetables and made figures of animals and other models out of vegetables. The figurines of a mouse and a rose made of beets, as well as cars made of carrots, aroused great interest. They also set a table of vegetable salads and food and treated the participants. At the end of the evening they gave a small concert and entertained the audience.

"Production of vegetables" project is being implemented in the villages of Shor-Bulak, Kara-Koo, Eshperov, Tort-Kul and Bokonbaev of the Ton region. The project is financed by the International Seed Program (SPI - Seed Programs International) and implemented by the AVEP public fund.

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AIPERI PROVIDED HER FAMILY WITH CONSERVATION FOR THE WINTER.

 

Ryspekova Aiperi is a student of the 10th grade of the secondary school named after Bolot Mambetov in the village of Tort-Kul.

As part of the Vegetable Production project, which has been operating at the school since January 2022, she received vegetable seeds and grew them in her garden. Aiperi is the eldest of five children, younger brothers and sisters helped in weeding, watering and picking vegetables.

“Since growing seeds from the project was a responsibility for me, I had to pay attention to watering and weeding in time, over time I became interested, my younger brothers and sisters came to my aid and I can say that I managed to educate them to work. The knowledge gained at the trainings helped me a lot in growing vegetables. The vegetables grown with their own hands are very tasty, and the parents were also satisfied,” says Aiperi.

To date, with the help of the Aiperi family, they have harvested vegetables, preserved them, prepared a salad and stocked up on vitamin preserves for the winter.

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HARVESTING VEGETABLES

The harvest of vegetable crops grown within the framework of the Vegetable Growing project is being harvested. Members of the farming groups provide vegetables to family members and prepare to store vegetables for the winter. Vegetables grown in the demonstration plots of the vocational school and secondary schools are also harvested and used in the kitchen to feed students.

"Production of vegetables" project is being implemented in the villages of Shor-Bulak, Kara-Koo, Eshperov, Tort-Kul and Bokonbaev of the Ton region. The project is financed by the International Seed Program (SPI - Seed Programs International) and implemented by the AVEP public fund.

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AINURA ALONE EDUCATES 10 CHILDREN

Ainura Alikbayeva, a resident of the village of Eshperov. Ainura's husband has died and she is raising 10 children alone. This photo was taken with the children who stayed at home, the older ones work at different jobs to earn money in the summer, and the rest at the grandmother's on vacation. She herself works in a small tailoring workshop in the village.

Ainura was included in the group of women farmers in the village of Eshperov, created as part of a vegetable growing project. During the day she works in a sewing workshop, and after work she works with the children in the garden, growing seeds of vegetables received as part of the project. To date, they have begun harvesting vegetables, the radish is the first to ripen, and the children ate about 0.5 kg per day for 20 days. Dill, broccoli, cauliflower, Beijing cabbage and cucumbers have begun to ripen. By adding them to your daily diet, preparing salads feed children. She sold the surplus at the market for 4600 soms and bought other products for her children. To date, if vegetables that are eaten at home with children are included, Ainura has earned 9,050 soms growing vegetables.

Also in the garden grow white cabbage, carrots, beets, bell peppers, tomatoes, eggplants. “the harvest and these vegetables will be used for daily food, the surplus will be sold or harvested for the winter,” says Ainura. From these vegetables it is planned to receive the same income as indicated above. Then, Ainura will receive about 18,000.00 soms of income from growing vegetables, which is a big support for Ainura's family budget, and it can be said that the funds were saved for the purchase of school supplies for children.

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