Society • 23 April, 2020

​​Kazakh Commissioner for children's rights receives humanitarian aid

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Public Fund "Voluntary society "Miloserdie" received humanitarian aid at the representation of Kazakh foreign affairs ministry in Almaty. 

During the event, head of the Representative office of the Kazakh MFA in Almaty Yerlan Iskakov said that humanitarian aid organized by the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Warsaw, including reusable medical protective masks  produced by Polish company "Wipasz" and 10 laptops donated by the Foundation of princes Lubomirski.

According to the Commissioner for children's rights in Kazakhstan Aruzhan Sain, the computers will be distributed among children who need assistance for distance learning. In particular, part of the laptops will be given to children who arrived in Kazakhstan from Iraq as part of the successful humanitarian campaign "Rusafa" in November last year.

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