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WAC organized a tour as part of the “Aimadara” project.
As part of the project of the World Abaza Congress, aimed at conducting children's educational leisure - "Aimadara", an excursion day was held for schoolchildren from the village of Kutol and students of the Novy Afon Educational Center "Abipara".
Children visited the ethno-park in the village of Mgudzyrkhva, the Novy Afon cave and climbed the Anakopia fortress. A member of the Local Branch of the WAC in Novy Afon, the head of the Educational Center "Abipara" Liya Chichba told a fascinating story about the Anakopia fortress to all the participants of the excursion.
More than 30 middle school students from the Kutol school and the “Abipara” Educational Center took part in the trip.
WAC organized a festive show for children in the village of Dzhgerda.
A festive show for children in the village of Dzhgerda, timed to coincide with the International Children's Day, was organized by the World Abaza Congress. Animators and aqua make-up artists participated in the entertainment program. At the end of the holiday, all the young guests were given sweet gifts.
WAC organized a children's holiday in the New District.
On International Children's Day, the World Abaza Congress organized a festive event in the New District of Sukhum. An entertaining show program with the participation of the “Mansarda fit art” fitness and dance studio, animators and aqua make-up artists was arranged for children. At the end of the holiday, a sweet surprise awaited all the young participants.
For assistance in organizing the festive event, the Congress team expresses its gratitude to the owner of the children's store "Kid's Republic" Denis Tarba, deputies of the People's Assembly-Parliament of the Republic of Abkhazia Inar Sadzba and Vakhtang Golandzia
The first stage of the WAC "Ирӡтәым" project ended with a lecture on a historical glade in the village of Lykhny
The WAC completed the first stage of the joint project of the WAC and ASU teacher Inna Dzhugelia "Ирӡтәым" ("something that cannot be lost" in Russian), within the framework of which 10 lectures were held for 400 students in 13 schools of the Gudauta district. The final lecture for more than 60 schoolchildren of the Gudauta district was organized in the historical glade of Lykhnashta. The lecture was conducted by a member of the Supreme Council of the WAC, ethnologist Marina Bartsyts and historian Ruslan Gozhba. https://abaza.org/en/1037
The Local branch of the WAC opened in the village of Khypsta.
A local branch of the World Abaza Congress opened in the village of Khypsta, Gudauta district. It became 57 in a row. Leri Avidzba became the head of the Local branch. The LB also included: Amiranda Enik, Inal Gitsba, Omar Argun and Inar Tsushba.
WAC took part in the International Ecological Congress.
WAC staff took part in the X Nevsky International Ecological Congress. The organization was represented by a specialist of the WAC department for work with Local representatives Kherson Simonia and an employee of the WAC information portal Shazina Bganba.
The environmental congress was held in St. Petersburg on May 25-31. Among the participants are representatives of more than fifteen CIS countries. The congress was organized with the support of the Presidential Grants Fund and the “New Generation” program of Rossotrudnichestvo.
WAC organized a holiday for children on Adygeiskaya street in Sukhum.
The World Abaza Congress organized a festive event dedicated to the International Children's Day. The show was staged on Adygeiskaya street in Sukhum. The celebration was attended by children of preschool and school age. Animators were invited and an entertaining show program was arranged for the kids. At the end of the holiday, every child was treated with ice cream.
Women's Coordinating Council under the WAC launched a series of discussions on "Apsuara"
The head of the Women’s Coordinating Council under the WAC Ekaterina Bebia launched a series of discussions dedicated to the issues of preserving and popularizing the moral and ethical code of "Apsuara", including through teaching in schools, by a meeting with teachers and heads of educational institutions of Ochamchira and villages of Ochamchira district. Each meeting will be accompanied by a screening of archival videos and the participation of representatives of the older generation, scientific and creative intelligentsia. At the first stage of the project it is planned to hold discussion meetings in three districts of Abkhazia: Ochamchira, Gudauta, Tkuarchal. https://abaza.org/en/1036
The new project of the WAC "Аҭоурыхтә ҭынха аԥеиԥшазы" was presented at the press center of the World Abaza Congress.
WAC organized a trip for schoolchildren from Aatsy within the framework of the “Aimadara” project.
The Department of the World Abaza Congress for work with local branches within the framework of the “Aimadara” project organized an excursion for 40 students of the Aatsy Secondary School. For the first time, the children visited the Abrskil cave in the village of Otap and the Mokva temple.
The cultural part of the event later turned into entertainment. After the tour, the project participants played sports games, including national ones.
The “Aimadara” project was first launched by the WAC in 2019. It is aimed at acquainting rural youth with the sights of Abkhazia. The next trip is scheduled for June 3rd. The tour will be held for children from the villages of Arasadzikh and Kutol.