History of creation: The NGO “Keyik Okara” was created on April 1, 1998, by a group of like-minded people united by the idea of helping people who are least protected in the conditions of socio-economic development.
Registered in the Ministry of Adalat of Turkmenistan No. 0045 dated 25.08.2004.
Passed the re-registration of the organization No. 0045 of 01.05.2015.
The organization’s mission: To promote the implementation of socio-economic, cultural and educational programs of Turkmenistan, to strengthen the educational potential and sustainable development of the family, to protect its interests, to provide prompt targeted assistance to all categories of families in need and to adapt them to modern conditions of economic development.
Field of activity:
Provision of information and advisory services on healthy lifestyle, socio-economic, psychological and legal issues;
Development of educational, educational programs and projects to improve the social image of citizens and the stable development of the family;
Provision of advisory, legal and social assistance to refugees and stateless persons;
Conducting educational events (trainings, competitions, exhibitions, competitions, conferences);
Recruitment and training of volunteers to expand and improve the effectiveness of the organization;
Currently, the OO Keik Okara implements:
The project: “Providing social and legal assistance to stateless persons and refugees” is supported by the UNHCR.
The project is implemented in partnership with the National Red Crescent Society of Turkmenistan.
The project aims to reduce statelessness in Turkmenistan.
- Project: “Raising awareness about domestic violence and providing assistance to victims of violence” is supported by the OSCE Center in Ashgabat. According to the project, there is a hotline (+99312 22-86-68), a psychologist and a lawyer are consulted, and a shelter is functioning. Within the framework of the project, seminars on the prevention of domestic violence are held and information material aimed at the prevention of domestic violence is distributed.