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Social projects of Chukotka Autonomous District will receive support in 7,5 million rubles

The results of the XI competition for grants from the Kupol Social Development Fund, a non-profit organization, aimed at implementing projects in the Chukotka Autonomous District have been summed up.

In total, 26 applications were submitted, of which 9 was selected by the Commission in three different areas: the traditions of the indigenous small-numbered peoples of the North, education and health care. The implementation of the selected projects will be allocated 7,5 million rubles - said Lyudmila Danilova, executive director of the fund "Kupol".

6 projects from 9 represent the direction of support of the traditions of indigenous small-numbered peoples of the North, including projects on the technical equipment of reindeer herding enterprises and marine mammals.

Financing will also receive two projects of the territorially-neighbor community "Daurkin". Within the framework of these projects, it is planned to organize a workshop for the repair of boats and the purchase of freezers.

Another supported project belongs to MUP SChP "Korat" and concerns the development of alternative energy sources, namely installation in the region of Russian-made wind turbines.

The interesting project was the community project "Burgahchan". They plan to restore the slaughterhouse at the transshipment base, on which a small part of the conveyor line is still preserved.

The money will be provided to Omolon village school, which plans to create national costumes for the folklore ensemble, as well as the Bilibino regional youth public organization "Military-patriotic club" Otvaga "with the aim of implementing the project" Ready for work and defense! ".

In addition, the Association of Indigenous Peoples of Chukotka, the Reindeer Breeders' Union and Kupol are planning to organize a joint cultural and sports festival “Fair in the village of Kanchalan”. As part of the holiday, it is planned to hold competitions for reindeer herders.

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