"Ani Amaalyki" - Mother and Child

Всего осуществлено 10 проектов

The first project of the International Fund Apsny, "Ani Amalyki", celebrated its 5th anniversary in July. This project is aimed at supporting a young mother in caring for her baby, namely, each family in which such a happy event as the birth of a child has happened, receives a gift set from the foundation with special means for caring for the baby.

Gostiev Lavan became the four thousandth child of Ani Amaalyki's project. He and his mom visited our office. We wish them good health, happiness and prosperity.

In just 5 years, 4,000 “mother packages” have been distributed.

Today, our partner, the Foundation for Social and Cultural Initiatives of the Republic of Abkhazia, took part in the project of our Foundation “Mother and a Child”, under which we distribute gifts to newborn children of Abkhazia.

The gifts were presented to young families with under 6 months babies in the office of the Foundation for Social and Cultural Initiatives of the Republic of Abkhazia, in Pitsunda.

Thanks to the joint work with our partners, this project will continue to work in the Gagra region on a permanent basis.

A large family of Temur Shakaya and Svetlana Gabnia resides in the village of Uarcha of the Gulrypsh district. Today is a joyful event in this family, the thirteenth child was born, baby Madlena. Madlena has five brothers and seven sisters: Santa, Samantha, Sabina, Sabrina, Saida, Said, Santana, Alexey, Gudisa, Almas, Amina and Leon.

The permanent project "Mother and a child" of the "International Fund of Apsny" was launched just over two years ago. The aim of the project is to support the young mothers in caring for their babies. Each family where such a happy event occurs receives a gift from the foundation with special items for the care of a child, clothes, children's cosmetics, etc.

The project "Ani Amalayki" continues its work! Every day in the office of the "International Fund Apsny" Abkhaz families are waiting for our branded packages with gifts for newborns. Since the beginning of 2017, it is already 607 kids, who have received their gifts and to our great joy, every day this figure is growing.

The gift are presented upon the submission of the birth certificate of a baby whose age should not be older than 6 months. Both parents and grandparents, aunts and uncles can apply for a gift.

Today the office of the "International Fund Apsny" was visited for the second time by a young family  Guniya for the "Mother and Child" project. Rustam Guniya who is the father of the family came a year ago and received from us a gift set for his first-born. He promised to come again. The promise was fulfilled and today a small Amelie Gunia received her gift set.

The "International Fund Apsny" congratulates the family of Guniya and wishes happiness, love and prosperity to them!

One year has passed since the project of "International Fund Apsny"- "Ani ammalyki" is carried out. The project aims at supporting young mothers in child care. Every family where there was such a happy event as the birth of a child receives a gift from the Fund with special facilities for child care, clothing, children's books, etc.

The Project of the International Fund “Apsny" "Mother and Child", aimed at supporting young mothers on baby care have embraced the whole country. Today, the representatives of the Fund “Apsny” visited Gudauta district with gifts for young mothers.

The “International Fund Apsny” continues the work of the project “Ani amaalyki”, aimed at supporting Abkhazian families, which have kids aged under 6 months. This project lasts for two weeks, and 70 families received our gifts in the office of the Fund since the project has started. We want to underline that no Abkhazian family will stay without gifts, no matter in which district or city they live.

The project “Mother and Child” organized by the public organization “International Fund Apsny”, has started. Abkhazian families, in which they have a newborn baby, started receiving the first gifts from the first two days of its work. The project is for kids aged under 6 months. 

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