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CLEANLINESS ACTION

On October 8, 2021, in the Saraksi madrassa in Bishkek, an action was held to clean up the territory: during the action, part of Gagarin Street and the area around the public transport stop were cleared of garbage, dry grass and leaves.

Students of the madrassa, educators and the head of the quarter committee took part in the cleaning action and decided to hold such cleaning days every season, noting that the cleanliness of every street affects the cleanliness of our city and Kyrgyzstan as a whole.

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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.

STUDENTS OF THE MADRASSA "KADICHA" AND SCHOOL № 46 NAMED AFTER S. MAMATOV HAVE A DEBATE ON THE TOPIC "SOURCE OF EDUCATION OF ETIQUETTE"

September 23, 2021 in the Kara-Suu district in the madrassa "Kadicha" together with teachers and students of school No. 46 named after S. Mamatov and with the participation of representatives of the Local Territorial Administration of Samatov Maksat and Kydyralieva Cholpon held a debate on the topic: "Source of education etiquette" ...

It was a friendly debate in which questions were asked to which students from both sides answered and discussed.

Schoolgirls answered shorter and more clearly, and madrassa students answered the question and gave an example from the Koran, which was much more interesting. After the debate, gifts were presented to the pupils of the school and madrassa, which made everyone happy. And an interesting thing happened at the debate at the end, when the participants had an idea: the students of the school and the students of the madrassa decided to spend Saturday cleaning day of the park in the Kara-Suu region on the weekend.

All teachers said that the debate was very fruitful, the students exchanged knowledge and decided to hold a clean-up day, which means that the students from an early age will learn to help the city to flourish.

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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.

SPORTING EVENTS HELD BETWEEN TEAMS OF THE "AZRETI ALI" MADRASSA AND THE SECONDARY SCHOOL NAMED AFTER BATYRBEK SYDYKOV

On September 22, in the city of Aydarken, sports events were held in which teachers and students of the Batyrbek Sydykov school and the Azreti Ali madrassa, as well as representatives of the AVEP, took part.

Mini football was organized in the event, in which 3 teams played and each of them played very brightly. The fans of this football were very interested in watching the game, that some of them wanted to break into the game and help their team. And the players themselves left positive feedback after the game, which said that before they played only with each other and they had no idea that playing with another educational institution is much more interesting. At the end of the game, each team was awarded prizes for good play and friendship. Also, the players and participants of the sporting event expressed their deep gratitude to the AVEP for the event.

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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.

A ROUND TABLE WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF STUDENTS OF THE MADRASSA AND THE SECOND SCHOOL

On September 22, 2021, a round table was held in the city of Aydarken for students and teachers of the Aziret Ali madrassa and the secondary school named after Batyrbek Sydykov on the topic “Religious and secular science”.

The round table discussed that religious and secular science should not contradict each other. They made religion understand from a secular point of view. If there is a complete understanding of religion, then secular and religious knowledge will be the same. The participants took part very actively and received answers to many questions of interest to them. After the round table, the participants thanked for the event and said that the topic was very informative and useful.

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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.

CONTINUATION OF THE M-STAR PROJECT ...

Since 2015, the M-STAR project has covered more than 35 madrassas, trained about 2,500 students in professional skills and issued certificates. A significant contribution to the project was made by the State Commission for Religious Affairs, the muftiat, educational centers and, most importantly, madrassas. The staff of the madrassa made a lot of efforts to organize professional training on the basis of the madrassa, devoting the most precious time to children.

Yes, the duration of the professional courses was short, but if you look at the results of the research carried out by the project, as well as by independent experts, then during these 2 months the children completely acquired the basic knowledge of their profession.

One of these operating madrassas is the Ravza madrassa in the village of Jany-Jer. Girls and boys study at the Ravza madrassa. Thanks to their active participation in the project, the director and staff of the madrassa were able to provide vocational training for both girls and boys. Despite the completion of the project in the madrassa, the staff of the madrassa continues to teach students independently. For example, in 2020, 30 students were trained in the specialty of a welder in the Ravza madrassa. They also taught 20 girls how to sew. The head of the Oskon Azhy madrassa plans to provide professional education for all children attending the madrassa in the coming years, in other words, he hopes that the graduate of the madrassa will receive both religious and professional education. Of course, this work was supported by the community, and residents of the Jany-Jer village also had the opportunity to come to the madrassa and get skills.

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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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