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The “Walking the paths of Apsuara” series: meetings that were held in the villages of Atara, Lashkendar and Kyndyg.
As part of the series of programs “Walking the paths of Apsuara” journalist Ekaterina Bebia covers the progress of meetings on “Apsuara” in the villages of Atara, Lashkendar and Kyndyg. The recording was made in 2009.
Results of the WAC music project have been summed up.
The Department of the World Abaza Congress on Youth Development and Physical Culture summed up the results of the music project organized jointly with the musician and composer Abzagu Marykhuba. https://abaza.org/en/1126
WAC and Ministry of Defense of Abkhazia discussed opportunities for cooperation.
Deputy Minister of Defense of the Republic of Abkhazia David Bzhania, Chief of Staff of the Minister of Defense Vadim Kortava and Advisor to the Minister of Defense Tomas Cholaria visited the office of the Congress at the invitation of the Chairman of the WAC SC Mussa Ekzekov.
A wide range of issues were covered, including the need to popularize basic military training and obtain higher education related to military specialties. Projects that could be carried out by the WAC jointly with the Ministry of Defense of the RA were also discussed at the meeting.
“In our time, the issue of promoting military education is especially relevant. The Ministry of Defense of Abkhazia provides support to applicants in obtaining higher education at the best military universities in Russia. We believe that this is a huge help for people who want to get a good education,” said David Bzhania.
The meeting took place in a friendly atmosphere. Plans were laid for further cooperation. In the near future, the Congress team, together with the Ministry, will hold a joint trip within the framework of one of the WAC OSAZ career guidance projects.
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The WAC conducted first aid training.
The WAC Department for Education, Social Activity and Health (OSAZ) continues to conduct first aid trainings in schools of Abkhazia.
Another trainings were held in the Dranda and Adzyubzha secondary schools of the Gulrypsh region.
Specialist of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Abkhazia Indira Amichba described in detail the mandatory rules of first aid for fainting, burns and bites. The rules for providing assistance were clearly demonstrated to students on a mannequin.
84 students took part in the training.
WAC OSAZ donates first aid kits and posters with instructions at every school upon completion of the training.
WAC and Beslan Lagulaa presented the film "Aimtsakiachara".
The premiere took place at the office of the World Abaza Congress on November 23. The picture was made as part of the Amazara project. https://abaza.org/en/1122
The WAC conducted career guidance training in the village of Achandara.
The modern world of professions is diverse, it is expanding and changing year after year. How to choose a job that is to one’s liking and by vocation, which career direction to develop and where to study - well-conducted vocational guidance helps teenagers find answers to important questions.
The WAC Department for Education, Health and Social Activity held another career guidance training at the Secondary School in the village of Achandara, Gudauta region. Invited guests of the training are ASU Faculty of Arts student Amina Adzhindzhal, Agroengineering Faculty student Aynar Bagateliia, Physics and Mathematics Faculty student Nestor Kaslandziia, and MGIMO Faculty of International Journalism graduate Naala Chkadua. The guests, together with the head of the OSAZ WAC Izolda Khagba and department specialist Naur Khishba, socialised with schoolchildren and told about their experience in education and employment in a warm and friendly atmosphere. The children showed keen interest in the topic, participated in the discussion, and asked questions. For many of them, this was their first such conversation. At the end of the training, schoolchildren were given leaflets with information about the conditions of admission and study at colleges, as well as contact information.
The career guidance project is aimed at promoting various areas of professional higher and secondary specialized education. This is the fourteenth training since the beginning of the project.