Filmmaker, founder of the fund "cultural initiatives"
Film producer, screenwriter, technology entrepreneur, founder of Bazelevs. On account of more than 20 successful films, including Hollywood ones. He actively produces projects in the Screenlife format he invented, and also develops technology startups: Vera Voice, Parodist projects, ScreenReality interactive content platform, together with Microsoft, etc.
Musician, President of the "AHBAP Association"
In 2017, he founded the non-governmental organization "AHBAP," which by 2023 operated in 68 cities across Turkey. Following the earthquake in February 2023, his public association "AHBAP" provided assistance to the affected individuals, which made him highly popular among Turkish society. As a musician, he rapidly raised nearly €50 million and mobilized volunteers to aid those affected by the earthquake. In 2023, Levent was included in Time magazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the world.
UN Resident Coordinator in the Republic of Kazakhstan
Ms. Michaela Friberg-Story has over 20 years of experience in the field of peace, security and development. Most recently, she has been strategically leading humanitarian operations and diplomacy for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. Prior to that, she also served as Head of the Security Sector Reform Division of the Peace, Security and Development Agency of the Government of Sweden and worked in the Security Policy Department of the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Executive Coordinator of the UN Volunteers (UNV) Program
Since January 1, 2021 - Executive Coordinator of the UN Volunteers (UNV) Program. In this role, he leads UN volunteer work globally, leads UNV offices in more than 60 countries and, in collaboration with UN member countries, promotes volunteer work as a means to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Arthur Van Diesen
Representative of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
Prior to his appointment as UNICEF Country Office Representative in Kazakhstan, Arthur van Diezen served as UNICEF Regional Social Policy Adviser in the Middle East and North Africa (2015-2019) and as UNICEF Deputy Representative in Tajikistan (2010-2015). Before joining UNICEF, Arthur van Diesen worked for the UK Department for International Development, UNDP and a number of international NGOs. He has worked and lived in Africa, South and Central Asia and the Middle East. Arthur van Diesen has over 25 years of experience in social policy, applied social research, monitoring and evaluation and program management.
Chairman of the ALE "National Volunteer Network", ex-deputy of the Mazhilis of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Since January 2017, she has been the Head of the Coordinating Agency for the Youth Corps Development Project. She has been a professional international trainer for training trainers and coordinators in volunteer work for over 12 years. She holds an international trainer certification in volunteering. She was the initiator of the establishment of the first National Volunteer Network. She is a member of the working group discussing the draft Law on Volunteering and a member of the Youth Policy Council under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan. She has received a letter of gratitude from the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, N.A. Nazarbayev, as well as a letter of gratitude from the UN Development Program for disseminating experience in the field of volunteering development.
Head of "Uzbekistan Volunteer Association" NGO
The owner of the outdoor sign "Mehr va Sakhovat" Winner of the 2019 Taskin Prize for his contribution to the development of volunteerism in the country. Winner of the 2021 Taskin Prize for joint contribution to the marathon in support of children with cancer. Expert of the international award "We are together" In 2020, she became one of the founders and director the “Uzbekistan Volunteer Association” NGO. NGO “Uzbekistan Volunteer Association” (UVA) is a single platform that unites and promotes initiative groups of volunteers in Uzbekistan acting as a medium of implementing ambitious projects and creative ideas. Under the leadership of Mrs. Abidova, more than 10 projects were implemented in a partnership with international organizations, more than 400 events were held with the involvement of self-organized initiative groups during the entire existence of this NGO since 2020.
President of PF "Eco-Demi", Ambassador of the international movement "Let's Do it World", Kyrgyzstan
Eco-activist, social entrepreneur, former vice-mayor of Bishkek. She is an expert, trainer in personal growth and positive thinking; Mentor of the program of the Association of Social Entrepreneurship, public association "Women's Forum" Kurak "and youth regional projects on social and women's entrepreneurship. In 2014, she became the founder of the “Eco-Demi” Public Foundation and the initiator of the “Taza Issyk-Kul” movement, since 2018 she has been the head of the “Let’s Do It” international environmental movement in Kyrgyzstan (World Cleanup Day).
Founder of the Association of Volunteer Movements of the CIS Countries, Member of the Expert Group on the Development of Social Protection, Charity and Volunteering of the Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Development
The author of the methodological manual "Steps to constructive independence" on the prevention of destructive behavior of minors, the author of the workbook for the training "Organization of interaction between volunteer organizations with shelters and orphanages", the workbook for the School of Volunteerism of the RSC SK "Volunteerism: leadership and work with a team".
President of the International Youth Organization AIESEC in Astana
AIESEC is an international youth organization founded in 1948 with the aim of developing young leaders. The organization is dedicated to providing opportunities for personal and professional development of students and young professionals through international internships, volunteer programs and educational projects. AIESEC was established in Astana in 2012 and in Kazakhstan in 2007.
Founder of the “Make it Green” eco-project, the “Sezin” school club and the “Shanyraq” initiative, created to support people with visual and hearing impairments
She is a Republican trainer of the international network of equal education Y-PEER in the field of reproductive health and moral and sexual education for young people, with experience in conducting trainings and coordinating volunteers. As well as a trainer of the Kazakhstan Association for Sexual and Reproductive Health (KMPA) on the topic of gender-based violence, champion-facilitator of the international project Dance4Life in Kazakhstan, which also works with the topic of reproductive health. In 2022, the SHANYRAQ project was created, a social project aimed at creating a platform for people with hearing or visual impairments, which will allow them to watch movies and series, as well as receive information using smart voiceover technology.
Founder and manager of the largest provider of learning software for special education children «Constructor for Schools”, Former President of the Rotaract Club Winterthur Association, Switzerland
Christian specializes in modeling learning difficulties and neuropsychological disorders and in optimizing learning within their limitations using computer models and novel methodologies. In 2007 he founded Dybuster AG, which later joined Constructor. Dybuster AG, a Swiss provider of EdTech technology, offers online learning solutions focused on a range of different learning problems. For example, children with dyslexia have problems with reading and spelling, and children with dyscalculia have difficulty understanding mathematical concepts. Christian an his team support these children and their educators with individually tailored learning that automatically adjusts to each student's strengths and weaknesses.
Founder and program director of the conference on new educational technologies EdCrunch and development director of National Research Technological University “MISIS”
Graduated with honors from National Research Technological University “MISIS”, where he studied metallurgy and economics of production. He received a master's degree from the University of Cambridge in the direction of "Micro- and nanotechnologies: their production", where he also received an MBA degree in the specialty "Commercialization of scientific developments". He is currently a candidate for a PhD in Education at the Higher School of Economics. Founder of the educational project "Open School", initiator of the educational platform "Open Education".
She was born on June 1, 1995. In 2016 she graduated from the Faculty of International Relations and Economics of Baku State University. Her experience in the media more than 7 years. She worked with volunteers at Formula -1 and at the Ministry of Science and Education of Azerbaijan. Since March 2023, she is working as a Media Manager at the Azerbaijan Shooting Federation.
Head of the public association "LIDER.KZ Volunteer Movement"
Blatz Dil'mira has over 8 years of volunteer experience and is the recipient of the "Shapagat" Medal. Since 2016, she has been involved in the search for missing persons, and in 2020, she officially registered the public association "LIDER.KZ” Volunteer Movement." "LIDER.KZ" is a search and rescue voluntary volunteer movement that is involved in searching for people in 22 cities in Kazakhstan and collaborates with volunteers from Russia, Uzbekistan, and Korea.
Head of the Representative Office of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies in Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan)
She has over 15 years of experience as the head of international programs and operations in the Turkish Red Crescent. Between 2016 and 2018, she worked as a Program Policy Officer at The United Nations World Food Program. From 2018 to 2021, she was the Head of the Department of Natural Disasters, Climate and Crises at the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies in Central Asia.
Deputy Chairman of the Belarusian Association of UNESCO Clubs
Vitaliy is a professional trainer with over 15 years of experience in formal and non-formal youth education. Mission of the organization: Promotion of the humane principles and ideas of UNESCO in the field of education, science, culture and communication through the formation of UNESCO clubs throughout Belarus.
Secretary General of the Organization of Turkic States
He was Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kyrgyz Republic to Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Turkey and Israel, Permanent Representative of the Kyrgyz Republic to the Commonwealth of Independent States. With over 25 years of diplomatic experience, Kubanychbek Omuraliev aims to ensure that the Organization of Turkic States continues to be innovative and increasingly relevant to member and observer states, and to make progress towards achieving the common goals set out in the Turkic vision 2040".
Secretary General of the International Organization of Turkic Culture
On March 31, 2022, he was unanimously elected Secretary General of TURKSOY by the members of the Permanent Council of TURKSOY at an extraordinary meeting of the Permanent Council of Ministers of Culture of the TURKSOY countries. Until now, Raev has served as Deputy Secretary General of the Organization of Turkic States (OTS). Sultan Raev is one of the prominent literary figures of Kyrgyzstan. Throughout his life, along with state work, he continues to engage in creative activities. He is the People's Writer of the Kyrgyz Republic, has received many high awards from various states and international organizations for his special contribution and fruitful work in the field of intercultural rapprochement and relations between different countries and peoples.
Executive Director of the National Volunteer Network
Born in Temirtau, Karaganda region. Mironyuk Tatyana began her Volunteer activity at the age of 17, working free of charge in rehabilitation institutions and orphanages. Over 10 years experience in coaching. She took part in research in the field of volunteering, the training of trainers in the social sphere and in the development of methodological and methodological materials for social projects. She is an expert and trainer in social projects of state and international organizations.
UNPFA Representative in Kazakhstan and Country Director in Turkmenistan and Kyrgyzstan
Mr. Lindstrom began his career at UNFPA in Central Asia, where he worked as a Program Officer for the Central Asian Republics based in Uzbekistan. He also served in the Asia-Pacific region, was UNFPA Deputy Representative in China, from where he was seconded to the CEB secretariat at the Office of the Secretary-General in Geneva before returning to UNFPA in Dili, East Timor.
Chief editor of “Kazakhstan” TV. Director of the school of journalists “Media trend”, media lecturer, historian
Works on domestic television for 14 years. He began his career in 2007 as an editor-journalist at “Khabar Agency” JSC. Since 2009, he has been a correspondent for the News of the national TV channel JSC "Kazakhstan" RTRK", worked as the editor-in-chief of the expert program "Apta.kz", the host of the project "Journalistik zertteu", the producer-host of the program "Tauelsizdik tauekelderi". During the state of emergency declared in connection with the 2020 pandemic, he took an active part in explaining social programs to the masses, worked as a freelance adviser to the Minister of Labor and Social Protection of the Population.
Author of the blog “unknownkazak”, participant of the Forbes Kazakhstan rating "30 under 30" 2022
Dias Kameridanov, together with his wife Aigerim Kameridanova, maintains a blog unknownkazak (“Unknown Kazakhstan”) dedicated to the history of Kazakhstan. The page of this blog on Instagram has more than 163 thousand subscribers, where the main audience is young people aged 25-34. also leads projects: Unknown Kazak talks - a monthly format of short speaker presentations in the Kazakh language and Unknown kitap - a monthly book club in the Kazakh language.
Chief Expert of the Centre for Studies on Civil Society and the Nonprofit Sector at the National Research University Higher School of Economics, Vice President of the International Enlightenment Association «European University for Volunteering», and Trust Board Chair of the Charitable Foundation for Promotion and Development of Volunteerism “National Volunteer Center”
He is an international expert in the fields of sustainable development, charity, philanthropy and volunteerism. He is an active participant and speaker at the events of the International Association for Volunteer Effort. He worked under two editions of the UN State of World’s Volunteering Report released in 2018 and 2022. He holds PhD degree in Physics and Math.
Executive Director of the CHARITABLE FOUNDATION "BEKEN ATA"
Being a dedicated volunteer in the field of historical and cultural heritage, he organizes volunteer archaeological expeditions. Thanks to the work of the Foundation's volunteers, dozens of monuments of the historical and cultural heritage of Kazakhstan were studied. Whether at an altitude of more than 3000 meters above sea level (currently the highest petroglyphic complex of Kazakhstan QyzEmshek has been studied) or hundreds of kilometers from home (the study of the monument of Arkharly, Ordakul, etc.), volunteers led by archaeologists are always ready for new discoveries.
Head of the “Muzaffar” Charitable Foundation, Tajikistan
Manzura Juraeva has over 35 years of experience in the field of education. One of the first teachers who spread education abroad in Tajikistan and provided a service for the complete registration of students since 1999. Fluent in 3 languages. Author of several scientific articles on social topics, as well as educational books for preschool children. Member of several International Associations for Education, including the Association for Adult Education of Tajikistan.
Doctor, the first Kazakh UN volunteer, Kazakhstan
First International UN Volunteer. He has worked abroad for over 29 years. He speaks Russian, English, French, as well as his native language. Telzhan Zhunusbekov now, despite reaching retirement age, works at a medical center in Almaty to teach others the experience he has gained.
Founder of the charitable foundation "Seniminmen", oncopsychologist
Dinara is a psychotherapist with 15 years of experience, head of the department of psychological and social services, an oncopsychologist at the Kazakh Research Institute of Oncology and Radiology.
Organizer of the first Kazakhstani art exhibition “And then life”, about the stories of overcoming cancer in order to destigmatize cancer.
Chairman of the RPA "Medical Youth of Kazakhstan"
Abylaikhan Abdikerimovich contributes to the development of healthcare and medical volunteering in the country. In 2019, in the city of Arys, during an emergency, a medical volunteer movement was organized with the participation of 110 volunteers, and first aid was provided to the population. In support of the victims, a charity event was held in the capital, and the necessary first aid items were purchased with the funds raised. In 2020, he provided professional medical care during a pandemic in the city of Nur-Sultan, 120 medical volunteers united to fight COVID-19. Since 2021, it has been implementing the Birgemiz: Saulyq nationwide project to attract volunteers to care for patients in hospices, oncology dispensaries and hospitals. More than 8,000 seriously ill people were assisted under this project. In 2022, the “Dreams Come True” charity project was implemented, which makes the dreams of 105 seriously ill children come true, attracting active citizens, sponsors, patrons through the “Wish Tree” campaign.
Vice President Elsevier, The Netherlands
Marat Fatkhulin Vice President of Elsevier, based in Europe, Africa, Middle East, Central Asia, Russia, Japan and China, responsible for international cooperation in the field of science and health. It cooperates with federal and regional governments, universities and funding agencies. Marat has been working with Elsevier since 2011 and currently holds the position of Vice President of Global Strategic Networking. Marat Fatkhulin's portfolio includes many successful collaborative projects, including developing regional economies through industry-university partnerships, advising universities on transforming into an entrepreneurial mode, and facilitating the adoption of successful programs aimed at improving the quality of research results.
Environmental expert, international UN volunteer, Italy
From 1972 to 1996 he lived in the Marche region and worked as an environmental technician. During these years, he often traveled to African and Asian countries (Somalia, Algeria, Libya, Uzbekistan) to work on environmental projects. He was co-author of the first ecological dictionary published in Italy. IN In 1996 he left Italy to devote himself as an environmentalist to international volunteering, working for the UN, the European Union and the OSCE, UNOPS, W.HO. in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Somalia, Somaliland and Yemen. For three years he was a UNDP volunteer. Now he is a UNV veteran in Kazakhstan. His main field of activity is water resources management, work in villages affected by drought. He has also worked in the field of water-related conflict prevention.
Women's Entrepreneurship Specialist at the World Food Program
Katariyina is a consultant on advancing gender equality and protection principles in various WFP programs. She supports innovative women's empowerment and entrepreneurship initiatives, contributes to gender analysis and capacity building efforts, and participates in public campaigns to raise awareness of women's economic empowerment and related issues. She has held various positions in European institutions and the diplomatic service in Finland. Previously, she also worked in the NGO sector, focusing on a wide range of human rights issues.
Representative of the international medical humanitarian organization “Médecins sans frontières” – MSF (“Doctors Without Borders”)
Coordinated a humanitarian needs assessment project at the Thai-Burmese border in February 2021 and during the COVID-19 epidemic in Thailand. Successfully implemented a project to help refugees and migrants on the island of Samos, Greece. In 2022, he led the implementation of three campaigns for the vaccination of Cameroonian refugees in the Republic of Chad. In 2023, under his leadership, a mobile group was created that provided assistance to the population living on the front line in the Zaporozhye region, Ukraine; was responsible for security, planning activities, negotiating with authorities.
Regional Specialist for Politics, Volunteer Program United Nations (UNV)
Emilia works as a Policy Specialist for the United Nations Volunteers (UNV), where she works with the UN and governments in Asia Pacific, Central Asia and the Caucasus to promote and use volunteerism to achieve the 2030 Agenda. Prior to this, Emilia held various positions at the UNV Asia Pacific Regional Office since the office opened in August 2015. Previously, she also worked in the UNDP Management Unit and in the Office of the Resident Coordinator programmatic experience in industries on youth and volunteering, as well as social parties. Emilia holds a Master of Arts degree in International Business and Management from the University of Westminster in the UK and a Bachelor of Arts in International Journalism from the World Languages University in Uzbekistan. Emilia's path to the UN began with volunteering, and to this day volunteering remains her passion, and she tries to live up to her values and ideals volunteerism.
Regional Manager for Europe and the CIS, UN Volunteers (UNV)
Rimma Sabaeva has more than 14 years of experience in UNV in various positions, assists in the development of partnerships in the field of voluntary activities at the national, subregional and regional levels, provides support to UN entities in a strategic and focused inclusion of volunteerism and the mobilization of UN Volunteers. In the period 2016-2022, it contributes to the development of programs, policies and legislation aimed at encouraging volunteerism: on the law on volunteering and in matters of its further improvement; and also contributed to the development of a partnership agreement between the Government of Kazakhstan and UNV Funding Program for International Professionals and Youth Volunteers 2020-2022; in integrating aspects of volunteerism in the 2019 Voluntary National Review of Kazakhstan, in the UN COVID-19 socio-economic assessment in Kazakhstan; mobilization of Volunteers in a significant event of the country EXPO-2017. Rimma began her professional career at the United Nations at the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and previously worked at national universities in Kazakhstan and in the private sector.
Meshesha Shuareg Gebretsadiq
African Union Continental Volunteer Platform Coordinator
Dr. Meshesha Shuareg received his MA and PhD in Public Sector Economics from the Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria. He holds a BA in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Addis Ababa. Dr. Meshesha Shuareg has varied experience in academic government, the NGO sector, the Regional Policy Research Center and the African Union. He was an adjunct professor public sector at the Ethiopian Civil Service University, and served as Dean of the Faculty of Business and Economics. In government, he was a cabinet member leading the capacity building portfolio.
Public figure, Organizer of the environmental movement "We are for a Clean Country", Official representative of the international organization "Let's do it World" in Kazakhstan
Shasalim Shagalimov is the author of the Zhasyl Qalqan socio-ecological portal for fixing unauthorized landfills and registering green spaces in the country. At the same time, he is the head of the socio-ecological project ZQ2021, where he was one of the first to install vending machines for collecting plastic bottles and aluminum cans with their further processing and production of padding polyester. Shasalim promotes the ideas of environmental safety and personally participates in campaigns to protect the environment, involving schoolchildren in the problem of separate collection of recyclable materials, as well as organizing community work days on an ongoing basis in the Aqmola region.
Director of the Department of International Cooperation and Sustainable Development of the Bureau of National Statistics of the Agency for Strategic Planning and Reforms of the Republic of Kazakhstan
For more than 20 years he has been working in the state statistics bodies. She took an active part in the process of nationalization of the global Sustainable Development Goals and the definition of a national system of indicators for monitoring, as well as the preparation of the Voluntary National Reviews of Kazakhstan on the implementation of the SDGs (2019 and 2022). Currently engaged in international cooperation in the field of statistics, as well as gender statistics, statistics on the status of children, human rights indicators and the Sustainable Development Goals. Member of the UN Inter-Agency and Expert Group on SDG Indicators (since 2021) and the UN Inter-Agency and Expert Group on Gender Statistics (since 2013).
TRT journalist, volunteer
Graduate of the Faculty of Communications of the Aegean University. In 1996, he began to engage in journalism. Works as an editor at TRT Haber. From the first days of the earthquake worked in the "field". Engaged in media coordination in Kahramanmarash, Adiyaman and Khatai.
MD (Doctor of Medicine), General Practitioner and Volunteer @medsupportkz
He maintains a blog with the aim of increasing the medical literacy of the population by conveying scientific and medical information to a large number of people, as well as counteracting the spread of fake information in the field of medicine.
Karima Ferkato Hamama
Project Manager of the Youth Association
Karima Hamama Ferkato is a young and passionate individual who has dedicated herself to making a positive impact on society through her work in volunteering. As the Manager of Volunteering Projects at the Algerian Network of Youth, Karima has demonstrated exceptional leadership and a deep commitment to promoting volunteerism in Algeria. With a strong educational background and a genuine belief in the power of volunteering, Karima embarked on her journey to create meaningful change in her community. Over the years, she has gained extensive experience in organizing and coordinating volunteer activities that have made a significant difference in various sectors. One of Karima's notable achievements was her involvement in a nationwide campaign aimed at improving literacy rates among underprivileged children. Recognizing the importance of education, she mobilized a team of volunteers and successfully implemented reading and mentoring programs in disadvantaged schools across the country. Through her dedication and effective management skills, Karima was able to inspire countless young minds and provide them with the tools they need to succeed.
philanthropist, founder of Senior Club, Kazakhstan
Senior Club is a community for active retirees, whose mission is to provide high-quality longevity to the older generation.
Director of the Iteachme Foundation
Author of dozens of social projects that allow people with disabilities to reach a professional level and create conditions for their full implementation in society. The Foundation's educational programs are available to all young people, regardless of age, economic status, gender, nationality, physical or mental abilities, as they are designed to meet special needs. All activities are focused on digital tools to balance the capabilities of all citizens. The Foundation has trained more than 500 graduates with disabilities across the country, including in remote areas, who volunteer to help those in need, regardless of their medical condition. 87% of graduates find a job and lead an independent life. Inclusive volunteering covers all 17 regions and 3 cities of republican significance. This contributes to the creation of an inclusive society and the development of loyalty to this category of people.
author of the social project “Table 99”, Kazakhstan
Social project "Table 99" is an application to protect women from violence in public places. Graduate of RFMS Almaty (2022). She received invitations to study at 26 higher educational institutions in the world and chose Stanford University. Winner of more than 10 STEM competitions (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), Included in the “Forbes under 30”, a list of young innovators whose ideas and projects are changing the world. In his free time, he plays sports and plays the dombra and piano, and also has a black belt in taekwondo. In addition, Dinara has many awards for winning both scientific challenges and sports competitions.
National coordinator of insurance programs (ES) of the WHO country office in the Republic of Kazakhstan
Bibigul Aubakirova is the National Officer of the World Health Organization (WHO) Country Office in the Republic of Kazakhstan for the International Health Regulations (IHR) and Public Health Emergencies. Aubakirova has many years of experience in healthcare in the field of infectious diseases such as viral hepatitis, HIV/AIDS. She began her professional work in the regional SES as an epidemiologist. He holds a Master of Science in Public Health from the University of Minnesota, USA. She is an alumnus of the US Department of State Scholarship Program - Edmund Muskie Program. Before joining the WHO, worked in the regional office in the SDS in Central Asia.
Director of Menin Armanym Corporate Fund, Kazakhstan
Founder of a corporate fund that realizes the intangible dreams of seriously ill children and children with developmental problems aged 3 to 18 years. There are branches of the organization in the republic, in which about 1000 volunteers work. Established in 2020 in Almaty, the Foundation has so far fulfilled the dream of about 200 children in 14 regions of Kazakhstan and held about 2,000 special children's events across the country. In 2021-2022, together with the NGO "Medical Youth of Kazakhstan", he implemented the nationwide project "Armandar Oryndalady", which realizes the dreams of seriously ill patients in hospices, oncological dispensaries and hospitals. Within the framework of this project, the dreams of 100 children came true, and 500 volunteers were involved.
Neonatologist, volunteer of the club 28 loops
Neonatologist and Volunteer of the club 28 loops Neonatologist, Multidisciplinary Hospital in Balkhash. He has been working in this specialty since 2020. Graduated from the Department of "Neonatology" Kazakh Medical University 2020. During his studies at the department of "Neonatology" he was the organizer of 2 international congresses for the "Day of Neonatologists". From 2020-2022 he worked as a neonatologist at the Multidisciplinary Hospital in Zhezkazgan. 2022 taught "Pediatrics" at the Higher Medical College of Zhezkazgan. Since 2023, he has been a volunteer of the 28 loops Club.