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  • Kazakhstani successful practices on children rights protection should be popularized –UNICEF
28 Января, 2015 11:50

Kazakhstani successful practices on children rights protection should be popularized –UNICEF

Minister of Education and Science of Kazakhstan Aslan Sarinzhipov held a meeting with new UNICEF Representative in Kazakhstan is Yuri Oksamitniy.
Kazakhstani successful practices on children rights protection should be popularized –UNICEF | Strategy2050.kz

The guest noted Kazakhstan has succeeded in development of children rights institute. The right to quality education, and health care ensured in the country. Besides measures to protect the rights of children with developmental disabilities are being taken as well.

Kazakhstani successful practices on children rights protection, social development and health care should be popularized,” Mr. Oksamitny noted.

In turn, Aslam Sarinzhipov  assured the head of the international mission, that the Ministry of Education and Science will continue to actively cooperate with the UNICEF. Together with the Ministry’s Fund held a number of socially significant activities, implemented programs and sociological researches.

Further cooperation will be oriented for  exchange of experience  including successful programs and projects  realized in Kazkahstan, IA Strategy2050.kz refers to the  Ministry of Education and Science.

 

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