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A new sports ground with a mini football and volleyball field was inaugurated Wednesday, on April 2, 2019 in Tagaeva school in the village of Sary-Bulun of the Toguz-Bulak ayil aymak in Tyup district for youth to enjoy. The construction of this sports ground was supported from the grant funds of the Public service improvement project financed by the Government of Switzerland through the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation implemented by HELVETAS and Development Policy Institute.
The Ail Okmotu by participating as a pilot AO in PSI project has developed a Service Improvement Action Plan (SIAP) for providing schoolchildren and youth in the village with recreation and sports services. At the grant competition conducted by the project, the plan was approved and supported in the amount of 10,400,000 soms, and co-financing from the AO also amounted to 2,84477 soms. The total amount of the project on the organization of the sports field was 1324477 soms.
In the framework of the project at the Tagaev school a mini football and volleyball field on the territory of the sports ground was organized, fencing of the entire sports ground was built along with the benches and lighting installed.
As part of the opening ceremony, each team took the field in their team uniforms and played various games. The guests of the ceremony were convinced that it’s not just boys who are interested in being an athlete, but also girls. Residents noted that more girls participate in sports now than ever before, moreover they have their own volleyball team.
One of the village aksakals Zhidebaev Taalai has expressed his opinion on event by saying: - “Today is a big event for the residents of out village Sary-Bulun! Especially we are happy for our children. The new playground has become a place where our youth can get together and play football, volleyball and just spend time together. They have even organized a women's volleyball team from among the girls and daughters-in-law of the village. We have already conducted women's volleyball tournaments between the two villages. We believe that getting both boys girls playing sport at an early age and ensuring they have a positive relationship with sport, is the key to them continuing to play sport and stay healthy through their adult lives.”
Today, thanks to the project, more than 500 young people and schoolchildren have the opportunity to spend their leisure time by practicing sports activities as well as undertaking sporting events. By supporting such initiatives on recreation and sport for youth, the Project aims to achieve the benefits that are far-reaching, going beyond the playing field and additionally, influencing female teenage participation in physical activity.