KYIV (QHA) -

The Turkish Agency for Cooperation and Coordination (TІKA) has financed repairs in two schools in the Kherson region, the press service of the organization reports.

TІKA financed installation of metal framed vinyl windows in the secondary school of the village of Rykove (former Partyzany), and also helped to replace the windows, repair the roof and winterize the facade of the secondary school No. 1 of the village of Novooleksiivka.

“Because of the outdated windows and thin walls, the temperature in the classrooms in these schools did not exceed + 12 ° C in winter. Now the students of schools in Novooleksiivka and Rykove, which are more than 900 children, will be able to study in comfortable conditions,” the report said.

TIKA also provided assistance to the Melitopol Hospital (Zaporizhia region), which provides services to adults and children in the city and district. With the help of the Turkish state agency metal framed vinyl windows were installed there as well.

Moreover, TIKA purchased medical equipment for the hospital, namely, a compact patient monitor, an electrosurgical device, a vacuum pump for wound therapy, portable cardiographs, a monitor defibrillator, pulse oximeters and a spirometer.
 
It should be noted that the Turkish Agency for Cooperation and Coordination is the Turkish government agency responsible for providing technical assistance and development assistance to the Republic of Turkey. The Coordination Office of TIKA in Ukraine implements projects in various fields, such as education, social infrastructure, protection of cultural heritage, development of institutional capacities, and the like. Special attention is paid to cooperation in the field of education. The Coordination Office of TIKA in Ukraine has implemented more than 130 projects aimed at improving the material and technical base of kindergartens, schools and universities.
 
Earlier it was reported that TIKA had financed purchasing of equipment and repairs for the Children's Hospital No. 8 in Kyiv for almost 2 million UAH. The hospital completely renovated the windows and doors, repaired the somatic department, in particular, the hospital wards, the kitchen and the conference room. Also acquired modern hematological and biochemical analyzers necessary for laboratory examination of children. This hospital provides services for children from low-income families, children with disabilities, children of Chernobyl victims, as well as children from families of internally displaced persons from the Crimea and Donbas.

In September of this year, TIKA provided assistance to the Vinnytsia region in the ensuring the quality social services to the population.

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