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EAO has amended some of the current state programs
The government of the Jewish Autonomous Region has amended some of the existing state programs of the EAO, which will be implemented in 2014 - 2018 years, the press service of the head of the region said.
For the most part, the changes are caused by the reallocation of funds for the implementation of program activities, which have also undergone adjustments and refinements. For example, the structure of the state program "Development of the educational system of the Jewish Autonomous Okrug" includes the subprogram "Social adaptation of graduates of children's homes and boarding schools in the region." The total amount of financing of the state program from all sources will be more than 75 million rubles, almost 67 million rubles of which will be allocated from the regional budget. Among its main goals are the elimination of queues for kindergartens for children aged three to seven years, an increase in the number of schoolchildren studying according to modern federal standards, an increase in the number of children who have mastered basic professional educational programs, as well as graduates who have successfully passed the unified state exam. Organized summer vacations are planned to cover 92,5 percent of children living in the region. In the list of professions that students are taught in regional professional institutions, at least 92 percent should be in demand in the regional economy.
The regional government also made changes to the state program "Development of health care in the Jewish Autonomous Region" for 2014-2018, the total funding of which will amount to almost 189 million rubles. Within the framework of the program, it is planned to provide eight regional medical institutions with medical, laboratory and technological equipment. Among the specific tasks is the extension of the diagnostic unit to the oncological dispensary, in which modern medical equipment will be installed. In the premises of the dispensary and inpatient department, current repairs will be carried out. Repairs are also provided at the TB dispensary, which will house a new tomographic X-ray complex. Next year, within the framework of the program, they will start preparing design estimates for the overhaul of the regional children's hospital. Regional budgetary funds will also be allocated additionally for the purchase of medical equipment for this medical institution. In the next three years, the region will pay increased attention to reducing mortality from neoplasms, examining newborns during neonatal and audiological screening, as well as dispensary observation of HIV-infected people.