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Bolashak Kazakhstan

Posted by on October 19, 2014 – 02:24 pm

Bolashak Kazakhstan

In 1993, Kazakhstan was the first Central Asian country to launch a presidential scholarship program, ‘Bolashak’, for international study. ‘Bolashak’, which means ‘future’ in Kazakh, speaks to the importance Kazakhstan puts on educating its youth at the best universities in the world. The Bolashak Programme is an all-expenses paid scholarship sponsored by awarded to high-performing students from Kazakhstan for graduate study at an overseas university. Upon completion of their graduate degree, Bolashak scholars are required to return to work in Kazakhstan…
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Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Posted by on December 3, 2014 – 02:56 pm

Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan

— — Kazakhstan drops visa regime In accordance with the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan amendments and additions to the Decree of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated January 21, 2012 №148 citizens of the Australian Union, Hungary, the Italian Republic, the Principality of Monaco, the Kingdom of Belgium, the Kingdom of Spain, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Kingdom of Norway, the Kingdom of Sweden, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates, Singapore, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the United States of…
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Kazakhstan National Soccer Team

Posted by on November 18, 2014 – 10:23 am

Kazakhstan National Soccer Team

The Football Federation of Kazakhstan which takes control over the Kazakhstan national team was founded in 1992 shortly after the Soviet Union breakdown. It affiliated to FIFA in 1994 and to UEFA in 2002. Initially, the Kazakhstani team was a member of the Asian Football Confederation. It made its debut in a match against another former-Soviet country in June 1992. As an AFC member, the Kazakhs established themselves as a strong and crafty team without losing any of Central Asian fixtures in 1992. The team has never broken into the FIFA World Cup…

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Statistics Kazakhstan

Posted by on October 20, 2015 – 08:04 am

Statistics Kazakhstan

Early Childhood Development Attendance in early childhood education 2005-2012*, total 37 Attendance in early childhood education 2005-2012*, male 35.9 Attendance in early childhood education 2005-2012*, female 38.1 Attendance in early childhood education 2005-2012*, poorest 20% 18.7 Attendance in early childhood education 2005-2012*, richest 20% 60.5 Adult support for learning ++ 2005-2012*, total 91.5 Adult support for learning ++ 2005-2012*, male 91.9 Adult support for learning ++ 2005-2012*, female 91.1 Adult support for learning ++ 2005-2012*…

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Kazakhstan Earthquakes

Posted by on December 7, 2015 – 12:03 pm

Kazakhstan Earthquakes

Almaty is located near relatively young mountains in a seismologically active zone, but earthquakes of such magnitude are extremally rare. People are more of less used to 2-3-magnitude earthquake, but today s 5.2-magnitude one got many hair standing on end. The 5.2M earthquake focus was mere 41 km east from the large Kazakhstani city at the depth of 10 km, according to the Seismological Experimental and Methodological Expedition of the Science Committee of the Kazahkstan Ministry of Education and Science. The tremor was registered at 3:42 am local…

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Education for All Development Index

Posted by on March 12, 2015 – 01:40 pm

Education for All Development Index

2015 - Education for All 2-2015: Achievements and challenges The EFA Development Index (EDI) and its components, 2012 - XLS EDI components One indicator is used as a proxy measure for each of the four EFA goals, and each those EDI components is assigned equal weight in the overall index in accordance with the principle of considering each goal as being of equal importance. The EDI value for a given country is thus the arithmetic mean of the four proxy indicators. Since they are all expressed as percentages, the EDI value can vary from 0 to 100%…

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Kazakhstan Embassy Washington DC

Posted by on February 28, 2015 – 05:34 pm

Kazakhstan Embassy Washington DC

Kazakhstan Embassy in United States Address : 1401 16th Street, NW Washington, DC 20036 City: Washington (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -5 hours) Tel.: 202-232-5488 Fax: 202-232-5845 Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 18.30 Consular hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9.00 – 12.00 The Kazakhstan Embassy in Washington is the formal communication link between the Kazakhstan and the US governments. The Ambassador heads the Embassy and is the official representative to US of the Kazakhstan Government. The Embassy fulfills the role of a Kazakhstan…

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Embassy of Kazakhstan in Canada

Posted by on May 5, 2015 – 07:31 am

Embassy of Kazakhstan in Canada

ADDRESS Kazakh Embassy in Ottawa, Canada 150 Metcalfe Street, Suites 1603-1604 Ottawa, ON K2P 1P1 Canada WEBSITE OFFICE HOURS HEAD OF MISSION Mr Konstantin Zhigalov, Ambassador Facts about the Embassy Kazakhstan in Canada: In addition to the embassy in Ottawa, Kazakhstan also has a consulate in Montreal. Canada in Kazakhstan: Canada maintains an embassy in Astana. The Kazakh embassy is one of 611 foreign representations in Canada, and one of 135 foreign representations in Ottawa. See more @ the The Kazakh embassy in Ottawa is one of 132 Kazakh diplomatic…

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Kazakhstan uranium production

Posted by on July 22, 2015 – 07:31 am

Kazakhstan uranium production

Kazakhstan will continue to dominate the world s production of uranium up until 2025, according to Kazatomprom, the state-owned entity that mines and explores for uranium, and also produces atomic power in the former Soviet republic. Developing a new development strategy for the next decade, Kazatomprom says it will preserve the company s leading position as extractor of natural uranium, by developing existing mines, building new ones and introducing technologies to improve efficiencies and reduce the costs of uranium extraction: “One of the strategic…

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What language do they speak in Kazakhstan?

Posted by on August 30, 2015 – 09:53 am

What language do they speak in Kazakhstan?

As I see it, in 2014, oralmans (ethnic Kazakh immigrants) from China are often resented in Kazakhstan. Long-time residents of Kazakhstan with a good education often accuse them of being rude, dumb, dirty and uncivilised, having too many kids and being dangerously religious (their opinion, not mine). Their knowledge of traditional Kazakh heritage and language is not appreciated yet. The lower classes see them as a threat for scarce jobs and housing. At the same time, oralmans are having a hard time adjusting. Most of them do not speak Russian on…

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Transportation in Kazakhstan

Posted by on March 15, 2015 – 02:12 pm

Transportation in Kazakhstan

Air pollution is a serious problem in Almaty. Because it sits at the foot of mountains, and prevailing wind directions, pollutants are trapped in the city. Since Almaty does not have a high concentration of industry, it is estimated that 85 percent of air pollutants or 160, tons per year are from motor vehicle emissions. You may not know, but the city of Almaty has its own green municipal bus fleet, with 200 buses that run on pollution-free clean natural gas (CNG). The fleet serves 10 urban routes, and the city wants to purchase another fleet of…

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