Bulat Utemuratov's Foundation Project Was Presented in Almaty
The Balaman Project promotes healthy lifestyle among children in Kazakhstan through the creation of entertaining and educational content in the Kazakh and Russian languages about healthy nutrition and physical activity.
On January 31, presentation of the Balaman Project took place. Goal of the Project is the creation of informative and interest content about healthy lifestyle for Kazakhstan children.
The Balaman Project promotes healthy lifestyle among children in Kazakhstan through the creation of entertaining and educational content in the Kazakh and Russian languages about healthy nutrition and physical activity. Within the framework of the Project, informative and short animated videos and other interesting materials will be created which will tell in an intelligent form about the healthy lifestyle principles. Content will be published at official web-site: balaman.kz, YouTube and in social networks. The Project is supported by blogger Aminka-Vitaminka and winner of Voice. Children (Ukraine) Daneliya Tuleshova.
The author of the Balaman Project is Dr. Almaz Sharman, a medical scientist, a specialist in biomedical and medical-demographic research, and the chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation.
“The goal of the Project is health improvement of the Kazakhstan younger generation which is the future of our country. The goals of the Program coincide with the mission of the Bulat Utemuratov's Foundation. This year, we are planning huge work for creation of qualitative, interesting video content. We are sure that the healthy lifestyle principles presented via new modern formats will help to attract and hold attention of children and adolescents. Moreover, children more willingly perceive and follow the advices of their peers. So, we strive to maximally speak with children in their language and involve popular children bloggers,” Almaz Sharman told.
The Balaman Program was developed by the Kazakhstan Preventive Medicine Academy in 2017. Last year, the Bulat Utemuratov's Foundation allocated 22 million Tenge for further development of the Project.
As initiators of the Program told, the first package of shooting has been already completed. Video materials with the use of 2D-graphics and stop-motion animation are planned to be issued every two weeks. Now, it is already possible to watch the animated videos of the Balaman in all cinemas of Kinopark network in Kazakhstan.
The Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation jointly with the Red Crescent of Kazakhstan and ForteBank rendered assistance to 62 families in Shetsky district of the Karaganda region to the amount of about 10 million Tenge. The persons aggrieved were issued the Help Cards of ForteBank to which the funds of the Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation were transferred in an amount of 30,000 Tenge per one family member.
On the World Day of Informing about Autism, the Asyl Miras Autism Centers in six cities of Kazakhstan carried out the open training seminars about the issues of early detection of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and arrangement of effective assistance for children.
On March 30, the Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation carried out mass race in Kyzylorda city in order to improve awareness of citizens about autism.
BALAMEKEN Project: The Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation Allocated 450 Million Tenge for Housing Construction for Multi-child Families
150 low-income multi-child families will receive housing at the account of the regional budget and beneficent help of the Bulat Utemuratov's Foundation.
On February 5, medical equipment was transferred to the rural hospital of Agadyr settlement in the Karaganda region. The Bulat Utemuratov's Foundation transferred equipment of new generations to the hospital to the amount of 55,424,480 Tenge.
On January 22, medical equipment was transferred to the Central District Hospital of Merke district of the Zhambyl region. The Bulat Utemuratov's Foundation presented equipment of new generations to the amount of 64,380,000 Tenge. It will help doctors to save more children lives as well as allow transporting serious patients to long distances.
We are often asked: what is the stage of the Almaty Main Botanic Garden Reconstruction Project? Answer to this question was given by Director of the Bulat Utemuratov's Foundation Marat Aitmagambetov in the exclusive interview to Almaty TV-channel.
Participants of New Year's children's matinees in the Asyl Miras Autism Centers were indulged in winter magic and fairy-tale wonders!
Akim of Almaty City B. Baibek and Sponsor B. Utemuratov Were Acquainted with Reconstruction Progress of Main Botanic Garden
Akim of Almaty city Baurzhan Baibek and sponsor and businessman Bulat Utemuratov visited the Main Botanic Garden for acquaintance with its reconstruction progress.
Performance in the genre of immersive theatre took place in the Asyl Miras Autism Center. Dramaturgic basis of the action became the getting acquainted with space of the Center. Guests (journalists and bloggers) dipped into its usual working morning.
100 lower-income multi-child families will receive housing thanks to the support of the Bulat Utemuratov's Foundation under Balameken Project.
The Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation and the Red Crescent rendered assistance to the victims of the mudflow in Almaty region
As a result of heavy rains and mudflow on June 3, most of Pijim village in Panfilov district of Almaty region was under water and mud. The natural disaster damaged roads, houses and farms of local residents.
Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation with Assistance of Red Crescent Help to Aggrieved Residents of Arys Town
The Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation jointly with the Red Crescent proceed to issue the help cards to the aggrieved population of Arys town within the framework of the program for assistance provision to Kazakhstani in case of emergency situations of natural and technogenic nature.
The best world practices have become available for children with autism spectrum disorders of Shymkent city. Today, Asyl Miras Autism Center of the Bulat Utemuratov's Foundation was opened with the support of the Akimat of Shymkent city.
Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation Allocated USD 2 Million for Housing Construction for 100 Families in Arys Town
50 duplex houses, each of which is designed for two families, will be constructed at the account of the Foundation’s money.
The Main Botanic Garden will be closed for visiting for the period of active reconstruction phase from July 1 to November 1, 2019.
Two concerts, nine music CDs and previously unreleased songs were included in the gift collector's edition of Batyrkhan Shukenov’s albums.
Issues of children autism were the key topic of KAZDENTEXPO-YUG-2019 exhibition, which will be held on September 17-18, 2019 in Shymkent city.
On August 24 and 25, in Shchuchinsk-Borovoe resort zone of the Akmola region, the largest charitable event of the country - Burabike Fest 2019, the seventh sports and music festival, was held. This year, the organizers - the Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation and Rixos Borovoe Hotel updated the event format, extending its duration to two days and expanding the program. As a result, Burabike Fest 2019 once again beat a record both on the number of participants and the charitable amounts.
On October 3, 2019, opening ceremony of the Asyl Miras Autism Center took place in the city of Petropavlovsk. The Center was opened within the framework of joint project of the Education Administration of the North Kazakhstan region, the Education Division of Petropavlosk city and the Bulat Utemuratov's Foundation.
They are the students of two higher educational institutions and two specialized music schools.
The Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation has presented houses to 100 families in Arys as part of the Balameken project
The Bulat Utemuratov's Charitable Foundation has completed the construction of houses for 100 families in Arys as part of the Balameken project.
BURABIKE FEST SPORTS AND MUSIC FESTIVAL 2019 RECEIVED EVENTIADA IPRA GOLDEN WORLD AWARDS, A PRESTIGIOUS AWARD IN THE FIELD OF COMMUNICATIONS
The largest charitable event in Kazakhstan, annually held by the Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation, took the 2nd place in the Best Voluntary Project nomination
Bulat Utemuratov’s Foundation expanded its activities in 2019. The total amount allocated for charity projects amounted to more than KZT 6 billion, which is six times more than a year before. This was announced at the press conference following the results of the meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation, which was held today in Nur-Sultan. The results of the year were summarized by members of the Board of Trustees Almaz Sharman, Olzhas Suleimenov, Zhaniya Aubakirova and Director of the Foundation Marat Aitmagambetov.