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MOSCOW, July 11 (Itar-Tass) - Russia provided one million dollars to UNICEF to assist to Kyrgyzstan to improving water supplies, sanitary and hygiene in kindergartens and schools, the Foreign Ministry reported on Thursday.
The programme is being implemented by UNICEF under the auspices of donor countries, including Russia. In 2010 Russia allocated one million dollars for this purpose.
“In addition to restoring and building facilities for water supplies and sanitary supervision in Kyrgyzstan methodological guidelines for teachers and professors are being prepared to prevent parasitic diseases and strengthen the personnel of the national sanitary and epidemiological supervision,” the ministry said.