50 schools received new sports equipment in Aktobe

In Aktobe region, the results of the contest for the best sports project "Biikterge birge!" were summed up, the Governor's Office informed.
Aktobe 30 November, 09:43

The winners of the contest were 50 schools of the region, which received certificates for sets of sports equipment.

Each school of the region could apply for participation in the contest, having issued it in the form of a creative video clip in which they had to prove why their school should receive new sports equipment.

"On behalf of all Aktobe residents I express my gratitude to the leadership of "Samruk-Kazyna" for the action aimed at popularizing sports among children, strengthening their health. In general, the development of mass sports pays great attention throughout the Republic. According to President's instruction, all state bodies and business structures should create conditions for children to play sports. Owing to this support our young athletes achieve high results", Berdybek Saparbayev emphasized.

In turn, Head of the Social Projects Service of the National Welfare Fund "Samruk-Kazyna" Nurlan Urazaliyev expressed gratitude to the regional Government for the support provided in the implementation of the social project in the region.

"Today we equipped 50 schools with European-quality sports equipment. Also, 4 correctional schools are equipped with special correction equipment, which helps to maximize the socialization of special children. In addition, within the framework of celebrating the 25th anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan, a project was launched to install 25 sports and playgrounds in your region, of which 7 have already been commissioned in Aktobe and Kandyagash. For us, Aktobe region is an important strategic region where about 15 of our subsidiaries operate", Nurlan Urazaliyev said.

A total of 600 million tenge was allocated for the implementation of the project in Aktobe region this year.

He also said that the implementation of the "Menin elim" program will continue in 2018. It is planned to build new sports grounds and equip 12 musical schools of the region with musical instruments to develop talents not only in sports but also in culture.