Exhibition on Cultural Heritage in Bishkek
Bishkek, 20 July 2016 – An Exhibition entitled “Protecting the Past – Inspiring the Future” was formally opened earlier today at the National Museum of Fine Arts, Bishkek. Organised by the Aga Khan Development Network Representation Office in the Kyrgyz Republic and the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC) in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, Information and Tourism of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Roza Otunbayeva Initiative, the Exhibition showcases major cultural restoration projects undertaken by the AKTC’s Historic Cities Programme in diverse cultural contexts and various geographic locations. The ceremony was attended by prominent academics, government officials, members of diplomatic corps and representatives of civil society. “I am thankful to the Aga Khan Development Network for organising ...
Film about the Fourth Festival of Education - Ecology and Health
We would like to draw your attention to the finalized film about the Festival of Education, which was held on April 22nd and 23rd in Bishkek. The first day of the Festival (Friday, April 22nd) was held at the I.K. Akhunbayev Kyrgyz National Medical Academy. The second day (Saturday, April 23rd) took place around the Kurmanjan Datka monument, the Oak Park, the Ch. Aitmatov Russian Dramaturgical Theater, and the “Seitek” National Center for Children and Youth. In total, over 18,000 people attended the Festival of Education, with over 130 organizations taking part, and more than 200 volunteers helping to organize the two-day event.
The Aga Khan Cultural Trust Exhibition - «Protecting the Past - Inspiring the Future»
July 20-21. Representatives from the AKDN and the Aga-Khan Cultural Trust, the IPF “Roza Otunbayeva Initiative,” and the Kyrgyz Republic’s Ministry of Culture, Information, and Tourism are organizing the exhibition “Protecting the Past – Inspiring the Future” at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Bishkek. The exhibition will highlight the efforts of the Trust to promote the protection of cultural heritages across the globe. The exhibition will include the Aga-Khan Cultural Trust’s main restoration projects, which have been conducted in historical cities in all sorts of different cultural settings and geographical areas, including Central Asia, South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.
IPF «Roza Otunbayeva Initiative» Event Digest for July 2016
Event Digest Дайджест мероприятий IPF “Roza Otunbayeva Initiative” July 2016 July 1st – Official Opening of the Kindergarten-Development Centers in the Jailoo. When: July 1st Where: Narin region, Ak-Talin neighborhood, Togolok-Moldo, Sari-Djigach Official opening of the Jailoo camp. Inaguaration of the Kindergarten-Development Centers in the Jailoo. Various theatrical events. Folk games. Various workshops. Telephone: 0552600738,0559737373,0556549154 July 2nd, 6th – A Visit to Kindergartens in the Jailoo and Workshops When: July 2nd, 6th Where: Где: Таласская область, Talas District, I.Osmonkulov Village Region, Suusamir, Issik-Kul region, Jeti-Oguz neighborhood, Chon-Kizil-Suu A Visit to the Kindergarten-Development Centers ...
Meetings and Presentations with ex-President of the Kyrgyz Republic R. Otunbayeva in Early June.
Ex-President of the Kyrgyz Republic R. Otunbayeva took part in a meeting of a network of scientists and experts on the implementation of the UN Goals for Sustainable Development. The meeting took place in Brussels on March 30th and March 31st, 2016. The Network (SDSN), under the leadership of the director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University Jeffrey Sachs, was a leader in the development of Global Strategy 2030, which was approved by heads of states and governments at the 2015 UN General Assembly. The Network also made a significant contribution to the development of documents concerning climate change, “Paris 2015.” An active effort is currently underway among UN member nations to develop national strategies to meet the goals set out by the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. In universities all over the world ...
Closing Ceremony of the Mentoring Project «Ustat-3» In Photos.
The IPF “Roza Otunbayeva Initiative,” in cooperation with the MID KR and the Association of Female Police Officers of the Kyrgyz Republic, and with the support of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), has completed the mentoring project “Ustat-3.” Participants in the project included: ex-President of the Kyrgyz Republic R.I. Otunbayeva, Minister of Internal Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic K.A. Djunshaliev, UNODC International Manager B.B. Tkachenko, representatives from international and non-governmental organizations, mentors from every region of the country, mentees from the project, and other guests. The goal of the “Ustat-3” project is the promotion of confidence in the police and the prestige of positions in ...
Don’t Miss Out! The «Music of the Magnificent Century» Concert is being Held on June 29th.
The “Music of the Magnificent Century” Concert is being held as part of the IPF “Roza Otunbayeva Initiative’s” “Children’s Philharmonic” project. We await you on June 29th, at 10:30 AM, in the National Philharmonic’s Big Hall. Tickets are being sold at the Philharmonic’s box-office. The cost of a ticket is 50 som. The “Children’s Philharmonic” is more than just music; it’s a bright, musical, informative, developmental, educational project, which will be working on a regular basis starting in September.
Presentation of Altin Kapalovaya’s book, Visiting My Friends.
On June 22nd, the Bayalinov Children’s Library will be hosting a presentation of Altin Kapalovaya’s book, Visiting My Friends. The book covers the cultures of the various ethnicities of Kyrgyzstan, and is the end result of the “Music is the Soul of the People” project. The presentation will begin at 11:00 AM, and will run until 1:00 PM. Admission is free.
The Official Closing Ceremony of the Mentoring Project «Ustat-3» Project will Take Place in Bishkek on June 15th, 2016.
The IPF “Roza Otunbayeva Initiative,” in cooperation with the Ministry of the Interior of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Association of Female Police Officers of the Kyrgyz Republic, with the support of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, will be completing the mentoring project “Ustat-3.” The “Ustat-3” project is a partnership between 30 mentors from the Ministry of the Interior (of whom the majority of whom are women and young people) and boys and girls who have decided to serve in the police form, enforce rule of law, and increase confidence in the police, with the goal of working towards gender equality and the fair representation of ethnic minorities in the Ministry of the Interior. It is important to remember in our modern world that the nature of the relationship between the police and the ...
The Institute of the Ex-President
«Ustat» mentorship project
Festival of education
«Stars read to children»
School Meals Optimization in the KR
Workshops for сhildren
«Music – The People’s Soul»
«Experience of other countries?»
IV Фестиваль образования