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THE CONFERENCE FOR HASADIM DIRECTORS OF KAZAKHSTAN

Almaty, June 25 - 27, 2001

Alexander Baron is opening the seminar
Alexander Baron is opening the seminar
The leaders of Republican Jewish organizations
The leaders of Republican Jewish organizations
The directors of Welfare Programs of Hesed Polina read lectures
The directors of Welfare Programs of Hesed Polina read lectures
The participants of the seminar had a lot of questions
The participants of the seminar had a lot of questions
The whole group is celebrating Shabbat in kosher restaurant "Sarah"
The whole group is celebrating Shabbat in kosher restaurant "Sarah"
Photos by Miroslav Gatsenko

  The conference for Hesed directors finished its work on June 27, 2001. 10 Hesed directors from different regions of Kazakhstan participated in it. They listened to the lectures on welfare programs, talked to all directors of welfare programs and with Natalya Dorman the director of Hesed in Almaty.

  Special attention was given to the Food program and to Home Care Program because these programs take care of elderly people. However, the participants of the seminar were also interested in work of the other programs.

  For most of Heseds of Kazakhstan Mazel Tov Program, the most perspective and necessary for the community renewal, can start working literally tomorrow. The directors of regional Heseds got recommendations in organizing work with their clients and staff. Now only 2 or 3 programs work well but we hope in the nearest future the number of working programs will increase.

  During the closing meeting all participants shared their impressions and said that it was necessary to have more conferences like that.
For now all participants (leaders as they were called by Alexander Baron and Max Weisel) went to their regions to practice their knowledge.

 
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