With financial support of the Microfinance bank “Bai-Tushum & Partners” there is a new up-to-date children’s playground in Talas city
A ceremonial opening of the new children’s playground took place on 6 December in Talas city, the major sponsor of which was Microfinance Bank “Bai Tushum and Partners”. The opening ceremony was attended by Mayor of Talas city Anarbek Kushubekov, Governor of Talas oblast Koysun Kurmanalieva, representatives of the Microfinance Bank “Bai-Tushum and Partners” and the local administration, as well as local residents.
The playground was organized in the yard of Sarygulov Street 77, 122 block, surrounded by 12 multistorey building apartment houses about 360 families live there. For the allocated funds by the Bank, 6 benches, 2 playpits, 5 seesaws, 2 slides and 3 summer-houses were purchased and installed. The residents of the micro region took part in projecting the children’s playground and selection of its location.
“Children’s playground in Talas oblast, for the construction of which the Bank has allocated 200 thousand KGS, is one of the successfully completed social projects aimed at improving the living standards and social infrastructure. The construction of the playground once again shows us all the success of the joint efforts of the city authorities and business in matters and real activities directed for benefit the city and its residents, – noted the General Manager of the Microfinance Bank “Bai-Tushum and Partners” Shamshieva G.J.
Within the framework of implementation of other social projects the Microfinance Bank “Bai-Tushum and Partners” acted as one of the major sponsors of opening a kindergarten “Seitek” in Chui oblast and opening of new additional academic building of secondary school №33 named after R. Ismanaliev in Jalalabad oblast, and also financed repairs of the heating and sewerage system of Kelechek Family and Children Relief Centre in Chui oblast. Completion of the two projects implementation to repair a water line in Karasu region of Osh oblast and the irrigation system in the Kochkor region of Naryn oblast is planned for the end of 2012.