Cholpon-Ata, Kyrgyzstan- There are resting accommodations for 250 children and therapy for 150 of them at the medical rehabilitation centre known as “Altyn Balalyk.” While the institution was being launched, Alymkadyr Beishenaliev, the Kyrgyz Republic’s Minister of Health, made the announcement.

Patients can now receive treatment at the centre without having to pay any fees, he claims, because the cost has been paid by donations from various sponsors.

“The centre plans to take care of around 4,000 people in total over the summer season,” he said.

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