After a long break, the Parents’ club of the World Abaza Congress began its work again. A new topic for discussion was school education in Abkhazia.
The WAC organized and conducted the intellectual game "Иарбан? Иаба? Ианба?" ("What? Where? When?"), dedicated to the history and ethnography of the Abaza people.
The World Abaza Congress donated medical equipment to the "We Are Together" Charitable center in the village of Tsandripsh, where they provide rehabilitation assistance to children and adults with disabilities.
The World Abaza Congress and the St. Petersburg Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera) signed a cooperation agreement.
The Congress held a lecture on the history of the Abkhaz-Abaza people in the village of Uarcha.
In the Apsua village of the Karachay-Cherkess Republic, a hippodrome was solemnly opened. In honor of its opening, a horse race was held, the winner of which was a horse from Abkhazia.
The World Abaza Congress held a large-scale children's holiday in the New District of Sukhum.
The original exhibition "Sukhum Art Nouveau" was opened in the capital of Abkhazia.
A lecture was held on the traditional wedding ritual of the Abkhazians as part of a series of lectures on the history, culture and ethnology of the Abkhazians, conducted by the WAC.