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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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A DEMONSTRATION DAY WAS HELD WITHIN THE VEGETABLE PRODUCTION PROJECT

Within the framework of the project “Production of Vegetables”, funded by the Seed Program International (SPI – Seed Programs International) and implemented by the public fund “AVEP”, 5 demonstration plots were organized in the Ton district, where vegetables are grown and are currently harvested. On August 4, 2022, a demonstration day was held at the vocational school No. 81 in the village of Bokonbaeva. Director of the vocational school Toktosunov T. opened the event and provided information about the work carried out within the framework of the project. This event was attended by teachers and students of the school participating in the project, members of farmer groups. The participants exchanged experiences, and the teacher in agronomy of the vocational school Zh. Alamanova answered the questions of the participants. The participants of the demonstration day also made a presentation about their work within the framework of the project and held master classes on salads, dishes, desserts and counterfeits from vegetable crops. During lunch, concert numbers were performed and expressed wishes to each other, expressed gratitude to the organizations implementing the project. In the final part, the work performed by the groups within the framework of the project was evaluated: the state of the demonstration sites, a presentation on the activities of the group within the framework of the project, master classes and creative performances. The 3rd place was awarded to the schools of Kara-Koo and Tort-Kul villages, the 2nd place was awarded to the farmer group of Shor-Bulak village, the 1st place was awarded to the vocational school No. 81, the Grand Prix was awarded to the farmer group from Esheprov and awards were presented.

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GRANDMA BATYKUL EDUCATES GRANDCHILDREN TO WORK

Grandmother Batykul is 75 years old, she lives in the village of Shor-Bulak. The son and the daughter-in-law  graze the cattle of the villagers in the mountains, leaving the children to their grandmother.

Grandmother Batykul heard that the project "Production of vegetables" was being implemented in the village and became a member of the women farmer group formed within the framework of the project. Despite her advanced age, she grows vegetables in her garden to provide her grandchildren with vitamin food.

“I often saw broccoli and cauliflower in the market but didn't buy it because they were expensive. Now we grow expensive cabbage ourselves, add it to our daily food, make salads and eat with our grandchildren. The Covid-19 pandemic also affected our family, both I and my grandchildren got sick. We grow a variety of vegetables, supplement our daily diet with fresh vegetables, and increase immunity. We have enough grown vegetables even for the winter, the surplus than we eat every day, I plan to conserve, prepare and store for the winter. Vegetables are very useful for the elderly and growing children. My granddaughters help me grow vegetables, and I won’t be mistaken if I say that I educate them to work,” says grandmother Batykul. Neighbors are interested in vegetables growing in Batykul's garden and say they want to grow them next year.

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THE FIRST HARVEST HAS BEEN RECEIVED

Vegetables provided in the frame of the project "Production of Vegetables", funded by the Seed Program International (SPI ) and implemented by PF AVEP, are successfully grown on demonstration plots and in household gardens of group members. Early types of vegetables have ripened today and the project participants have tasted the first harvests.

"Production of vegetables" project is being implemented in the villages of Shor-Bulak, Kara-Koo, Eshperov, Tort-Kul and Bokonbaev of the Ton region.

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MADRASSAS INTERESTED IN ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONS

In order to ensure the sustainability of the project “Skills trainings for madrassa students”, the “Ala-Too-2” madrassa in the village of Ivanovka, Chui region organized  a short-term seamstress course  from May 12 to June 12, 2022. The cost of the course was financed by the madrassa's own fund.  The course was conducted by the training center “Bilim ". As a result, 15 madrasah girls acquired professional sewing skills and received certificates issued by the Bilim training center.

 

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This project was funded by the US Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic. The opinions, conclusions and conclusions, or recommendations expressed herein represent the views of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the US Department of State.

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