An event dedicated to the "World Day of the Disabled" was held in the city of Balkanabat

December 3rd is celebrated annually around the world as International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Employees and volunteers of the National Red Crescent Society of Turkmenistan of the Balkan velayat branch, in such a significant event, do not stand aside. This year, this event was decided to be held among the pupils of the Center for the training complex for restoring health in the city of Balkanabat. Volunteers collected children's toys. Most of them are children's educational toys that help the child learn about the world around him and better absorb information: colors, letters, and develop hand motor skills. Volunteers in a festive atmosphere distributed these toys to the children, in return they received smiles of happy children, a storm of joyful, positive emotions. In addition, two wheelchairs were donated to the center.

Children are our future! In order for this future to become bright and prosperous, it is necessary to educate and give joy to children in the present time!!!









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