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Five socially oriented NGOs in Chukotka will receive subsidies in 2020
The Chukotka government has decided to support 5 of 7 projects of socially oriented non-profit organizations (SONCO). They will receive subsidies for the financial provision of costs associated with statutory activities.
According to the press service of the regional government, the decision was made within the framework of a competitive commission for the development of civil society, chaired by the vice-governor of the district, Angelika Medvedeva.
According to Medvedeva, projects supported by the KMNCH Association for 3 million rubles, the Inuit Circumpolar Council of Chukotka for 1,35 million rubles, and the organization Chychetkin Vetgav (Rodnoe Slovo) for 400 thousand rubles.
For the first time this year, the public organizations "Sport-Interns" with the project "School of young marine mammals" and "Umky-patrol" with an ecological project for the protection of wildlife, entered the competition. The projects totaled 1 million 250 thousand rubles and 1 million 200 thousand rubles, respectively.
The project “School of Young Frostwort” involves teaching children the basics of fisheries in the villages of Uelen and Inchoun, Chukotka District. experienced sea hunters Eugene Siv Siv and Albert Ekkem will work with children in the summer.
The Umky-patrol project will help in researching the polar bear’s den and taking into account the number of white cubs, when they first start to leave the den. The project also involves patrolling territories near settlements to prevent conflicts between residents and polar bears. In addition, Umky-patrol will clear the sea coast of settlements from the corpses of marine mammals. The project is designed for the villages of Vankarem, Nutepelmen and Amguema of the urban district of Egvekinot, as well as Neshkan and Enurmino of the Chukotka region.