"Apeipsh" Project continues its work.

The International Fund "Apsny" continues to implement "Apeipsh" project aimed at supporting large Abkhazian families. As part of the project Givi Genaba family from the village Lykhny of Gudauta district received the financial assistance. The Secretary-General of the Fund Asida Inapshba, the head of the Committee of Culture and Education Nugzar Logua distributed on behalf of the Foundation "Apsny" to the Genaba family basic items needed in everyday life: 100 liter water boiler, gas stove, TV, school supplies and other facilities for children..

Givi Genaba together with his wife Catherina Chanturia are raising five children, the eldest - Almas is 9 years old and the youngest - Salome – is only 2.  Givi – the head of the family works tirelessly to feed and raise his large family. The family is very hospitable, traditional, educating their children in the spirit of "Apsuara".
Givi’s elder brother-Guram died defending their homeland during the Georgian-Abkhazian war. It is thanks to our fearless heroes that today we have the opportunity to educate our children under a peaceful sky, thanks to them, we can hear the sounds of laughter of children on this earth.

"Every time we have been able to support at least one Abkhaz family, we feel very happy. This is a holy cause, we hope that our project will last long and develop. Our children are our bright future, "- said Nugzar Logua, sharing his impressions about  communicating with a beautiful Genaba family.
The eldest member of the family, the grandmother of five children, Emma Zuhba,  expressed her thanks to the staff of the International Fund "Apsny" and its head Sener  Gogua for their support and expressed the hope that the children, which they presented with gifts will make  worthy citizens of their country.

The project "Apeipsh" was launched at the end of September this year and is being realized on a monthly basis. First aid was provided to the family of John Khiba from Baslakhu village of Ochamchira district, who is bringing up six children.

The information support to the Fund in this project is provided by heads of district departments of social affairs and heads of local administrations.


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