"Apeipsh" - Big families

Всего осуществлено 25 проектов

Yuri Vouba from Dranda is veteran of the Patriotic War of Abkhazia 1992-93, awarded with the medal "For Courage" and is the head of a large family. Yuri Vouba and his wife Oksana Tsvizhba raise four children: the elder is in the 9th grade, the youngest is three years old.

Today, the head of the "International Fund  Apsny" Sener Gogua with Asida Inapshba and Sirma Ashuba arrived in the village Atar of Ochamchira district to the family of Amiran Kvitsiniya. The Kvitsiniya family suffered a misfortune at the beginning of the current year. Due to the short circuit in the wiring the house completely burned. As a result  four children, their father, mother and grandmother were left without a roof. At the moment, a large family lives in a non-residential house temporarily provided by a relative.

Beslan Malandzia's and Martha Tsvizhba's young family who lives in Sukhum in the "Old Settlement" area. The family has five children, four boys and one girl: David, Damir, Amir, Samir, Samira. David is seven years old. He is in second grade. Samira is the youngest. She is only one year old. The head of the family does not have a permanent job, but he also tries to find any opportunity to work. The family also receives a monthly allowance for children of six thousand rubles, but these money is barely enough for a few days. They live in an apartment building in very bad domestic conditions.

The project "Apeipsh"  aimed at supporting low-income families with many children continues its job. IThe assistance was provided to a large family of Omar Gindia and Irina Tsvizhba which  eight children: Rada, Ratha, Renat, Ruslana, Rashit, Regina, Rastislav, Raiana. The oldest child is 16 years old and the youngest is two months.

Within the framework of "Apeipsh" project, which is aimed at supporting vulnerable families with many children, “International Fund Apsny" rendered assistance to the family of Guraliya Malkhaz and Kadzhaya Angela. Malkhaz and Angela are growing six children; three of them go to school.

The "Apeipsh" project continues its work in Tkuarchal.

Today, within the framework of "Apeipsh" project, aimed at supporting families with many children, representatives of the Fund Asida Inapshba, Roman Kapba and Medjit Gogua paid a visit to the family of Lagvilava Lerik and Chaabal Irina living in Tkuarchal city. The family is growing seven children - Levan, Leon, Gena, Esnat, Lionella, Jasmina and Ainar. Four children are students and three go to kindergarten.

 

Within the framework of "Apeipsh" project "International Fund Apsny" has rendered assistance to the family of  Ketovan Tarba living in Gal. Ketovan lost her husband Tamaz Pipia, a few years ago and raises her three children alone. She doesn’t have permanent work due to illness.

The project of “International fund Apsny” - “Apeipsh” continues its work in Dranda village, Gulripsh district. The large family of thirty one years old -Mavrik Pachulia and twenty-four years old Ilona Gabelia is growing six children- two boys and four girls: Marika, Irakli, Elvira, Monica, Inal and Milena. The elder child Marika is eight years old; the youngest one Milena is two months. Three older children are joining the school.

The "Apeipsh" project continues its work and this time visited Adleiba family in Chlou village. The head of the family Narsou Adleiba is not more than thirty years old and he is already a father of five children. Together with his young wife Christina, they are raising three boys and two girls. They live with Narsou’s mother and his younger brother. Adleiba family lives in subsistence farming, growing fruits, vegetables, bred cattle. There are no earnings in the family, except those rare opportunities when it is possible to sell anything from fruits or animals.

In the village of Kulanyrhua in Gudauta district there is a home of a young family Avidzba Gudisa and Apshytsba Miranda, who raised five children: three boys and two girls. Due to the proximity to Gudauta town, parents have the opportunity to work in town. Children are still very small (from one to seven years), but the young mum Miranda is helped by her mother - Chukba Zamira, who lives with them and caring for children.

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