Come on, girls!
On April 28, an event called “Come on, girls!” took place at the school No. 24 in Khojai Alo village of Isfara town with the participation of girls from neighboring countries. The initiators of the event greeted the guests with Kyrgyz songs and dances as a symbol of lasting friendship of Tajiks and Kyrgyz. Zulfiya Khojaeva, the deputy director for the educational section, delivered a welcoming speech and noted that such events involving the residents of the two countries will be held more than once and expressed the hope for a strong friendly connection between Tajiks and Kyrgyz and opened the event.
Ulugbek Mahmud a participant from the Republic of Kyrgyzstan said: in my opinion, all participants are like one family. The girls are so kind and friendly to each other that I'm surprised.
Shukronabonu participant from the Republic of Tajikistan applauding says: today I met and became friends with many participants of the event and recorded their contact details. I hope that we will invite them to our forthcoming events and our friendship will become stronger.
After the event, “Pilaf of Friendship” was organized at the school and all the participants gathered directly around the festive table and spoke about happy school life and joked.
The event was held within the framework of the small grants project Come on, girls!”. The authors of the project are Malikov Bokimuhammad and Farangis Tohijonzade, who participated in the competition for small grants and became winners.
This event was held within the framework of the project “Peace and cooperation begins with us” implemented by PO ASTI with the financial support of Children's Fund UNICEF.