«ACCESSIBLE KAZAKHSTAN» — is a website and application where each person can check the availability of both private and public facilities. With the support of UNISEF, this platform helps businesses and the Government to adapt their facilities for people with disabilities and families with children. Being the first Digital Public Good recognized in Kazakhstan, «Accessible Kazakhstan» unites like-minded people and makes life without barriers real.
The course had been developed as part of the QOLDA 3.0 program with the support of Chevron Munaigas Inc. and the Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia. The course is designed to introduce participants to the theoretical and practical issues of ensuring the accessibility of public facilities for people with disabilities and other persons with reduced mobility. The author is Alexandra Sharonova. The course has been made in Kazakh and Russian languages. It is possible to receive a certificate of completion. We invite you to review the materials of this course.
Dear friends! We invite you to talk about creating an accessible, safe and friendly infrastructure for children in public institutions, in organizations that provide services to citizens and in business facilities. As a part of the “Accessible Kazakhstan” project, we have created an online course. This course was developed with the support of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) in Kazakhstan and AstanaHub.
On October 27, 2021, a webinar «Safe childhood. How to save your kid from unintentional injuries at home and outside?» was held. Speaker: Dinara Kussain, expert in children safety and family development. Webinar participants learned how to organize safe home space, choose children crib, stroller and child car seat properly, prevent major threats to child's life and health as well as to get prepared for a trip with a kid. In addition to that, useful gadgets for children safety have been demonstrated during a webinar. Webinar was supported by UNICEF-Kazakhstan and AstanaHub.