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Posts made in March, 2019

News from our diocese – Taraz

Posted on Mar 30, 2019

News from our diocese – Taraz

The long term dream of the community in Taraz is about to come true. After receiving a permit from the local government, the works on the soup kitchen were finalized and the community is planning to open it in May. This will be the first operational project for Caritas Taraz. It will involve one person working as a cook and a nun, and the congregation will serve as volunteers...

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XXVII World Day of the Sick

Posted on Mar 30, 2019

XXVII World Day of the Sick

For us it was a great honor to represent Kazakhstan at the XXVII World Day of the Sick which was held this year in Kolkata, the city known all around the world for the testimony of life and charity of mother Teresa. Mother Teresa’s life was the central topic of this World Day of the Sick. Not only was it emotional to be near her tomb, but it was...

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WhatsApp Chat to support parents with children with Down Syndrome

Posted on Mar 29, 2019

WhatsApp Chat to support parents with children with Down Syndrome

A very important part of our work on the project of support to parents with children with Down Sydrome is the constant long-distance communication between parents and members of our team. This is extremely important for parents who feel supported in their everyday commitment of upbringing and rehabilitation of their children. In addition, it’s important for “new” parents who join the existing group to learn about the main principles...

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Sustainable agriculture in Kazakhstan

Posted on Mar 28, 2019

Sustainable agriculture in Kazakhstan

The construction of the two greenhouses in Almaty and Talgar is finished, which means that we are launching the operational phase of the project. The first aspect is the organization of work with a view to sell the agricultural product. One part of the produce will be used to support the beneficiaries of Caritas, while the proceeds from the sales of the remaining part will be used to sustain...

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