IN THE KINDERGARTEN OF KYZYL-BULAK VILLAGE, WINDOWS ARE WITHOUT GLASSES AND DOORS ARE BROKEN
135 children from the kindergarten of Kyzyl Bulak village, Kadamzhai region will be provided with heat, thanks to the replacement of windows and interior doors in the building. The building itself is located in the mountains, on the bank of the river, where winter begins in October and ends in May. For the past 8 years, the kindergarten's administration has raised the problem of keeping the building warm. Children often get cold, get sick and miss classes. In the cold winter season, only half of the children this come to the kindergarten, because in one half of the building there is a film on the windows, stretched by hand, cracked glass and slanting doors do not retain heat. Meanwhile, residents of the large village are waiting in line for their turn to enroll their children to an educational institution. Apake will install double-glazed insulated window frames, update the interior doors, and put the vestibules in front of the entrance door on both sides of the entrance to the room. In this we are helped by activists from the parents' committee, the kindergarten administration and the parents of the children themselves.