Protection of children's rights issues remain in the zone of special attention of the Ombudsman of the KR Kubat Otorbaev
Press office of the Ombudsman of the Kyrgyz Republic // Problems of protection of the rights of children remain in the zone of special attention of the Ombudsman of the KR Kubat Otorbaev. During the inspection of children's homes in the village of Antonovka Military, Chui Oblast, he got acquainted with the living conditions of children, teaching and educational and rehabilitation processes, I checked the work of the institution canteen.
In the zone of interests of the Ombudsman were all objects of children's home: a hostel, a games room, junior high school classes, a gym, a dining room, a playground in the open air. K. Otorbaev stressed the positive fact is functioning vocational schools, in which children receive special education in four areas - a hairdresser, cook, sewing and crafts.
In a conversation with the administration and staff of the orphanage problem of material support were discussed this specialized state institutions, their working conditions, the quality of training and educational processes. It was noted that the lack of textbooks for high school students, teaching aids for teaching sewing.
During direct interviews with orphans Kubat Otorbaev told them that the state guarantees the rights of children and that they, like all children in Kyrgyzstan, have the constitutional right to education, to personal security, with interest listened to their answers to the conditions of life, health software, food. With pupils older, he spoke about the importance of correct choice of future profession, the definition of personal priorities in adult life. The conversation was frank and mutually beneficial as the main human rights of the country understands the special role of the state in the development of this particular category of children, as fate would have remained without parental care.
Recall that in the Kyrgyz Ombudsman Institute operates a children's telephone hotline "115", which was opened on June 1, 2015.
Telephone hotline "115" entered in the list of emergency services and works around the clock.
Calls to the short number is free of charge from a landline, and with any mobile operators, operating on the territory of Kyrgyzstan.
The partners of this project are to Penal Reform International (PRl) and NGO "Youth Human Rights Group" financed by the European Union