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June 12, 2018

EU-funded project organized study tour for Kazakh human rights experts to Georgia

On 6-9 June 2018, a group of human rights experts, defenders and lawyers participated in four day study-tour to Georgia in the framework of the
June 11, 2018

How to organize a vacation for a teenager?

A webinar on “Teenagers on vacation” was conducted on the International Children’s Day. Webinar was organized by a USAID “TEENS- available and
May 21, 2018

Polling for participants of “Zharkyra” program

Vote for the semi-finalists of the “Zharkyra” social entrepreneurs development support program in Atyrau region Choose the participant’s photo

August 23, 2017

The USAID to host training for people with disabilities in Pavlodar

GGIF project “Accessible Pavlodar” hosted on August 5, 2017 training for people with disabilities “How to manage our emotions?”

“The main goal of the training is to learn about behavioral skills. Skills acquired at the training will help people with disabilities to overwhelm difficulties in real life. For this purpose we did special exercises. Participants were able to perceive life as it goes and change their own behavior”, - said Stanislav Pavlenko, trainer-psychologist.

He added that the following issues and methods were used at the training: emotions and their functions; flexibility of emotions; situations and emotions; emotions and behavior.

«I like reading books on psychology. Training helped me to better understand theory. It’s good that we have so called “live sessions” at the training. We discuss different situations and try to define whether it is a problem or just tough moment. Many thanks for hosting such trainings! It would be nice to meet one a week”, - said Nataliya Nenadova, one of the training’s participant.  

Training was conducted in interactive format.

Training participants: 10 people with disabilities, their relatives, NGOs.

Project “Accessible Pavlodar” is implemented by Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia within the frames of GGIF program financed by the US Agency for International Development (USAID).