101 projects are under implementation in Zhambyl Region as part of the Public Consciences Modernization program
101 projects are under implementation in Zhambyl Region as part of the Public Consciences Modernization program. Their total cost is almost 3 billion tenge. Most of the funds will be allocated by patrons of the region. With their support, 26 projects have already been implemented since the beginning of the year.
LEILA OSENBAEVA, MANAGER, ‘ATAMEKEN’ PROGRAM:
- Local patrons and businessmen are planning to invest 2.4 billion dollars for construction of socially important facilities. Now the construction of the sports complex is underway in the city of Taraz, the works are complete by 60%. The new facility will be donated for the public use. The locals will have a great sporting facility.
15 projects are being implemented in Zhualy district of the Zhambyl region. 58 million tenge were allocated for reconstruction of buildings and organization of cultural events. The local officials are working on developing a touristic route to the homeland of war hero and writer Bauyrzhan Momyshuly and opening a house museum dedicated to his legacy.
AMANZHOL DURALIULY, LOCAL RESIDENT:
- This site is only 1000 meters from a highway. We have already developed the draft project. Here we make a fence. There are two springs. Therefore, a large dam will be built to make the water rise. This year, 2 hectares of land will be fenced. For this, the local governor allocated 4.5 million tenge.
Regional history museum will open here soon for the first time. Today, the exhibition items are being donated by the local residents. The collection now has a thousand rare exhibits.
MARAT NARIMBEKOV, HEAD OF INTERNAL POLICY, ZHUALY DISTRICT:
- Local residents and NGOs have common vision. The district will allocate 58 million tenge for the implementation of these projects.
Residents of the region actively support the implementation of the projects of social, cultural and historical importance. They are sure, that this will help uplift the local population and make them proud of their homeland.