Coding For All. Accessible Education in Kazakhstan.

I’ve started thinking about the social contribution while studying at university. I felt that I had a lack of knowledge, so I joined AIESEC organization where I pumped my knowledge and skills. After graduating from the university, I got a job at the school and the “Interkids Education Center”. Unfortunately, there was no time for AIESEC and other social projects. Soon I joined the international … Continue reading Coding For All. Accessible Education in Kazakhstan.

Happiness Is Real When It’s Shared. #Homelessness

“Do not act as if you had ten thousand years to throw away. Death stands at your elbow. Be good for something while you live and it is in your power.” Marcus Aurelius, Meditations We decided to continue organizing small charity activities during Ramadan month and after it. Last week we went to the heart of Kuala Lumpur to give our help people that we … Continue reading Happiness Is Real When It’s Shared. #Homelessness

Dreams Come True. How Kazakhstani Became An Expat In Malaysia

My dream since the very childhood was to work abroad, gain some experience, and then come back home in Kazakhstan and to implement all the knowledge I got developing my country. After my graduation from university in Almaty, I spent one and a half year working as an Android developer. Then, I decided to upgrade my qualification, and in order to do so, I moved … Continue reading Dreams Come True. How Kazakhstani Became An Expat In Malaysia

A young Kyrgyzstani towards Sustainable Development Goals

As being an individual or an organization, we cannot achieve all of these goals alone. That’s why I want everyone to focus on Partnerships for the Goals to achieve all of these SDGs together by 2030. A few weeks ago I was in Yokohama, Japan attending 5th Asian Youth Forum as a back-to-back event to the 50th ADB Anual Meeting. The main objectives of the … Continue reading A young Kyrgyzstani towards Sustainable Development Goals

She started from Egypt “where it all begins”

I believe the way I live right now is a life that is worth living. You are not actually living one life: each country, each person you talk to, each moment you experience are like a new life chapter that you are adding in your “life book”, which is amazing. It’s like traveling through time and space: difference in cultures, the difference in understanding, the … Continue reading She started from Egypt “where it all begins”