This mother is very happy with the cow which has been contributed by a donator from Netherland

Give a Cow

& help a family with a disabled child in Kyrgyzstan

The targetted audience of Nur Bala


  • The disabled children, from birth to 18 years of age in the four pilot communities in the Talas region in Kyrgyzstan;
  • The parents of disabled children in the four pilot communities in the Talas region in Kyrgyzstan;
  • The administration and care givers of the Children Day Care Centers, workers in the areas of youth and children’s protection and other specialists in the Talas regioin in Kyrgyzstan.

mother and daughter

EveryChild uses the following definition of disability:

"Disability is the disadvantage and exclusion which arise as an outcome of the interactions between people who have impairments and the social environmental barriers they face due to the failure of society to take account of their rights and needs. There are following examples of impairment that are considered as disability: cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, consequence of meningoencephalitis, autism, epilepsy, moderate and severe mental delay, hydrocephalus, deaf-dumbness, blindness.

An impairment is a physical, mental or sensory characteristic or condition, which places limitations on an individual’s personal or social functioning in comparison with someone who does not have that characteristic or condition. "

10 principals of the Universal Declaration of theRights of the Child:

- The UN Declaration of the Rights of Child includes the rights to which any child in the world is entitled to.

- All children without any exception ought to be given possibilities to grow and develop in the conditions of freedom and dignity.

- The child from birth is entitled a right to be named and hold a citizenship or a  nationality.

- The children ought to have proper food, place to live, entertainments and medical care.

- The child who is physically, mentally or socially handicapped ought to be entitled to the special system of education and care.

- The child has a right to grow in the environment of love and moral and material security.

- The child has a right to receive education that ought to be free and obligatory, at least in the elementary levels.

- In all circumstances the child ought to be among those who are entitled to be first to receive protection and aid.

- The child ought to be protected from all forms of neglected treatment, violence and exploitation.

- The child ought to be secured from racial, religious, or any other form of discrimination.

Food for Thought

“An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind”

Mahatma Ghandi