The East Kazakhstan region has launched a tender process for the concession project "Construction and operation of a complex of kindergartens" in the city of Ust-Kamenogorsk.
The project involves the development of six kindergartens, a preschool educational building for the transition from home to school. The project is divided in three lots.
The package of the copy of competitive documentation can be taken at the address: Republic of Kazakhstan, East Kazakhstan Region, Ust-Kamenogorsk city, Kazakhstan St, house â„– 59/1, room â„–601; from 9-00 am to 13-00 PM and from 14-30 to 18-30 PM.
The deadline for giving applications is to 13.00 pm 23 september 2014 year.
Envelopes with applications for participation in the competition will be opened at 15.00 pm 23 september 2014 year.
Additional information and the reference can be taken by phone: 8 (7232) 70-23-57, as well as in the "Public Private Partnership Center of East Kazakhstan region" JSC by phone 8 (7232) 26-23-96, e-mail: email@example.com.
The number of kindergartens and mini-centers has increased more than 4 times since the beginning of implementation of "Balapan" Program in Kazakhstan. Besides, the number of private kindergartens increased more than 2.5 times.
"Balapan" program was adopted in Kazakhstan in 2010 on the instruction of President Nursultan Nazarbayev. Implementation of the program was expected to be completed in 2014. The main purpose of the program was to increase embracement of children with pre-school education to 70%.
In early January this year was announced that the Implementation of "Balapan" state program will be extended in Kazakhstan till 2020. In accordance with the extended program, the embracement of children with pre-school education is planned to be increased to 100% by 2020. Besides, the program aims to ensure a 100% embracement of children aged 5-6 years with pre-school training and expand the network of preschool education institutions in the country.
The program financing for 2014-2020 will make KZT190.536 billion (US$1 billion). KZT41.242 billion is planned to be allocated from the national budget and KZT149.294 billion from the local budgets.