Orphan Boarding School in Kyrgyzstan Group FUNdraising

In Kyrgyzstan, a country in Central Asia dominated by agriculture, there are about 20% of school-age children studying in Togolok Moldo, a boarding school located in Bishkek, the capital city. However, in this group of students, the proportion of orphans is more than half (51%), and the rest can’t grow up with their parents.  At Togolok Moldo, students receive a comprehensive education on not only the arts and sciences, but also living skills. Combining the current political and economic situation, the school aims to foster students helping the development of social integration and the local economy. The first graduates achieved their academic goals in China, Turkey, and other international institutions.  Due to every sector of the Kyrgyz economy being hit with extreme severity, resulting in many people who are taking care of orphans losing their jobs, these neglected children at Togolok Moldo need attention from the outside world. Embrace Relief urgently tries to raise $10,000 which will be used to provide a better growth environment and help the school accommodate more orphans.