First aid skills for the communities

More than 40 Altyn-Kazyk families have learned providing first-aid skills On September 5, 2017, for residents of Altyn-Kazyk housing estate, trainings were held to provide first-aid skills
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Charitable campaign to assist the most in need

From September 1 to 4, the Red Crescent of Kyrgyzstan in partnership with the Turkish Red Crescent Society conducted a charitable event to help the needy families of Bishkek and Chui oblast.
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National First Aid Competitions

National First Aid competitions among schoolchildren from all regions of Kyrgyzstan took place in the camp "Besh-Kungei" in Bishkek.
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Summer camp for children

From 17 to 20 August 2017 children who affected by the plane crash in the village of Dacha-SU rested on the Issyk-Kul lake. The children's camp was organized thanks to the initiative of the Red Crescent of Kyrgyzstan and the OSCE Office in Bishkek.
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First aid skills

The Red Crescent of Kyrgyzstan started training on first aid skills for taxi drivers of Bishkek city.
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International seminar on prevention HIV, AIDS

The seminar was devoted to a review of the current situation in the region: the issues of hard-to-reach and major population groups for HIV, tuberculosis and hepatitis C infections. Participants of the seminar presented the results of current activities on these diseases.
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Knowledge that saves life

The National Disaster Response Team (NDRT) of the Red Crescent of Kyrgyzstan worked out emergency response skills. The team consisted of staff from all regional offices of the Red Crescent, as well as volunteers.
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Protecting our nature

Today the volunteers of the Red Crescent of Kyrgyzstan organized an action called "Clean Mountains".
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Affected by the earthquake families received humanitarian assistance

As a result of the earthquake, more than a thousand families from five villages suffered: Kara-Myk, Kara-Teyit, Shibae, Jekendi, Chuluk. According to the Ministry of Emergencies, more than 500 houses (4 and 5 categories) have been completely or partially destroyed.
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