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Yakutia government will allocate 2,4 billion rubles for innovative preschool education

On September 12, an exhibition of works by the winners of the international competition for innovative projects for the regions of the Far North and the Far East opened in Yakutsk. The exhibition is one of the stages of the large-scale project “Innovative development of preschool education in the republic”. In the coming years, the project should completely solve the problem of priority in children's institutions, and also look completely differently at the organization of preschool education in the republic.

The competition was held by the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia and the Government of Yakutia with the support of the World Bank for Development and Reconstruction. Registration of participants and acceptance of applications for the competition were held on the competition website from July 11 to August 25 2014. 43 participants from Russia and Europe, including Yakutia, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Simferopol, Austria, Germany, and the UK, applied for participation in the competition.

The competition set goals for organizing a comfortable and safe environment for raising children through architectural and design solutions, it provided Russian and international architects and designers the opportunity to contribute to the formation of the architectural image of the republic.

The international jury selected the winners in five nominations for the sketch design for the design of kindergartens on 75, 100, 140, 200 and 240 places. The winners' works under the terms of the competition are transferred to the ownership of the republic and the Ministry of Education of Russia. In the future will be implemented within the project.

“We hope that in the near future we will see these projects on the territory of the republic as part of the implementation of an innovative project for the development of preschool education in the republic. We also hope that big politics will not affect the interests of children,” said Feodosia Gabysheva.

According to the experts of the exhibition, the project has great state support and in the next five years it will be fully implemented. And yet, speaking about the timing, we should not forget about the quality, says the World Bank expert and project co-chairman Tigran Shmis: “For about three years we have been working with the Republic of Sakha Yakutia and the Russian Federation to create completely new gardens in Russia. The project has great support. , but speaking about the timing, we should not forget about the quality. It will be not only beautiful facades, but also completely differently arranged inside the institution. Not a single region of Russia has reached such a quality level as in the republic. "

In the arctic regions of central Yakutia and the capital of the republic, new innovative children's institutions will appear on the projects of the contest winners. To implement this project, the government of the republic is ready to allocate considerable financial resources.

"We are now seeing the stages of the project. An open tender has been held. It is planned to build up to 85 kindergartens with a capacity of 70 to 240 places, which will cover both the Arctic uluses, and the central regions of Yakutia, and the capital of the republic, which will lead to a decrease in queues for kindergartens and the introduction of new innovative ways of developing preschool education. The government of the republic intends to allocate several billion rubles for the implementation of the project. Now 2,4 billion rubles are provided for the initial stage. The project will be implemented from 2014 within five years "- said YASIA Minister of Finance of the Republic Valery Zhondorov.

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