On August 7-8, 2017 Roza Otunbayeva was introduced with the work of the Development Centers on the jailoo of Issyk-Kul regionAugust 13, 2017, 06:00
On August 7, 2017 the group led by the former President Roza Otunbayeva was introduced with the work of Development Centers on jailoo of Tyup district, and also met with children and parents. During activities the teacher of the center Zhanybekova Gulmira together with children showed several master classes on cutting out paper and introduced the children's works. In addition, a volunteer from Austria Sabrina Schauer showed these games and master classes like «What animal am I?», «Spanish Bull», «Fingergame», and «Songs». During the trip Sezdbek Tashtakeev - father of six champions of Asia and Kyrgyzstan in chess, fourteen years old Ruslan Tashtakeev - a seven-time champion of Kyrgyzstan, six years old chess champion Aizhan Tashtakeeva and the young journalist of KTRK Kanat Dildedosov met with children and parents of Development Centers on jailoo and conducted workshops on chess and journalism. Also, guests from the Confucius Institute at the Bishkek Humanitarian University demonstrated workshops and two specialists in national medicine conducted a physical examination of 50 parents and 25 children. This event was attended by the Deputy Head of Tyup Regional State Administration Duyshobaeva Ermekan Asanakunovna, head of the district education department Adylbek Takaev, as well as representatives of local authorities and parents. On August 8 there was held "Education Festival at the Development Center on jailoo" seminar on the pasture of Kyzyl-Kiya of Ak-Suu district. The event was organized by the District Education Department and the Children's Art Center of the Ak-Suu District. Organizers conducted master classes in traditional painting and drawing with thread, origami, folding, and collecting puzzles on environmental issues. In the center, guests from the Confucius Institute of BHU, and folk medicine specialists showed their master classes. Six-year-old Aizhan Tashtekeeva showed a master class on chess, while playing with several rivals. Volunteer from Austria Sabrina Schauer also conducted master classes and games for children. Parents noted that the development centers on the jailoo are necessary for their children and noted the willingness to support centers in every possible way.