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The WAC provided assistance with the purchase of medicines for the paramedic-midwife station in the village of Reka.
At the request of the WAC Local branch in the Reka village, the Congress team assisted in the purchase of first aid medicines for the paramedic-midwife centers in the village of Reka under the guidance of paramedic Lamara Khashba-Kuchuberia, the mother of the hero Yuri Kuchuberia, who fell in the PWPA of the people of Abkhazia in 1992-1993. The paramedic-midwife station of the village is the only medical center for rural residents of the village of Reka, which conducts more than 2,000 appointments per year.
WAC conducted a vocational guidance training for senior students of the Bambora school
Within the project of the WAC department for education, social activity and health care, a training on vocational guidance for students of the ninth and eleventh grades was held at the Bamora school. The WAC thanks the teacher of the Sukhum State College Alisa Bartsyts and the students of ASU Saria Kaslandzia and Nestor Kaslandzia for their help in organizing the conversation.
The WAC conducted trainings on providing medical care in the village of Reka.
Within the WAC project, together with the invited specialist of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, Indira Amichba, another training was held on providing medical care for schoolchildren in the village of Reka.
First aid trainings are held by the WAC Department for Education, Social Activism and Health (OSAZ). Traditionally, the school was presented with a first aid kit containing everything necessary for first aid.
WAC conducted a first aid training in the village of Lykhny
A first aid training was held for schoolchildren in the village of Lykhny together with an invited expert from the Ministry of Emergency Situations, Indira Amichba. Children were told how to properly provide first aid for burns, bruises, fractures, bleeding, sunstroke, loss of consciousness during the training. The students participated in the training with enthusiasm.
As part of this project, the WAC team presented the school with a pharmacy kit, consisting of the items necessary for providing first aid, as well as a meaningful memo that reflects all kinds of assistance.
The WAC Discussion club held a working meeting with Dzhambul Indzhgiya
The Discussion club of the World Abaza Congress held a working meeting with the historian Dzhambul Indzhgiya. Issues of education, behavior and elements of the national dress of Abkhazians were discussed at the meeting.
Summing up the results of "Aimadara" in 2022: more than 400 children of Abkhazia took part in the project
Upon completion of the work of the WAC "Aimadara" project in 2022, more than 400 children from different villages of Abkhazia travelled around the country.
The WAC held a pilot master class for young music lovers in the Bzyb village
The WAC, together with the musician Abzagu Marukhba, held a test music master class for schoolchildren in the village of Bzyb on Friday, November 11. Before the master class, Abzagu Marukhba gave a mini-lecture on the history of the development of sound recording.
The organizers of the project talked with the students about music, found out children’s musical preferences, played instruments and performed various musical compositions. Students also had the chance to show their talents. A new musical project is going to be launched in 2023. The plan is to hold open lessons and master classes on creating music as part of the project. At the end of the project activities, the organizers plan to make videos for the best musical compositions and prepare a reporting concert.
National music of the Abaza people was on the agenda of the WAC Discussion club
The Discussion club of the World Abaza Congress continues to hold working meetings with invited experts. The topic of another meeting of the club is "National music of the Abaza people: yesterday, today, tomorrow".
The WAC helped the residents of the village of Agubedia with the purchase of a football net and balls for playing football and volleyball.
As part of the work with local branches, the staff of the World Abaza Congress provided assistance to residents of the village of Agubedia, Tkuarchal district. At the request of the local population, football and volleyball balls, as well as a football net, were purchased.
The WAC conducted a first aid training in the village of Gup
The first aid training was held for students of the Gup Secondary School together with the invited specialist of the Ministry of Emergency Situations Indira Amichba. During the training, the children were told how to properly provide first aid for burns, bruises, fractures, bleeding, sunstroke, loss of consciousness.
As part of the project, the WAC team presented the school with a pharmacy kit consisting of medicines for first aid, as well as a memo with all kinds of first aid.