The month of "Sarkyt" of the all-republican charitable activity "Caravan of Mercy" started in Kokshetau.
"Caravan of Mercy” was actively followed up by Akmola Assembly of people of Kazakhstan, Mothers’ Council and "Kogamdyk kelisim" RSI, starting the month with a visit to the Beysenov family in Kokshetau.
By the way, residents from the local media in January 2017 learned about the fate of Zhanel Beyssenova, a girl from Kokshetau who was diagnosed with blood cancer. The only thing that could save the girl was an urgent bone marrow transplant abroad. Then Assembly of people of Kazakhstan of Akmola region came to the aid to her parents, Zhomart and Ainagul Beyssenovs, who needed financial assistance for their daughter's surgery, travel and stay in a foreign medical institution. At the charitable action organized by Mothers’ Council to help Zhanel all the necessary amount was collected. Then, leaders and employees of regional, city, district state structures and private organizations, enterprises, ethno-cultural centers, concerned citizens who took part in the action "Shyn zhurekten" responded to the serious illness of Zhanel and her parents’ sufferings.
On December 22, 2016, Zhanel underwent a complicated surgery at the Medical Park Clinic in Turkey.
Today Zhanel is a cheerful, sociable and cheerful second-grader for whom the world has opened its arms.
Two years later, community leaders visited the Beyssenovs again. The sparks of happy eyes of children cannot be conveyed in words. "Sarkyt" of Assembly of Akmola region are fruit, sweets, children's clothes, toys – children liked it very much.
"Today Zhanel is learning at home, successfully mastering the second grade school programme with the incoming teacher. Once in three months we take tests in the capital department of oncology of Maternity and Childhood Centre. The main difficulties are over. Many thanks to the Assembly of Akmola region. With your support, we have done the impossible – we have won the terrible disease," Zhanel’s mother says with tears in her eyes.
By the way, the Beyssenovs family is the only family in Kazakhstan that has managed to defeat cancer as of 2017. Without their own home, forcing to live in a rented apartment, the Beyssenovs, who are strong in spirit, do not despair: "The main thing is that all our children are alive and well, and there are three of them, and peace, friendship and stability flourish in Kazakhstan. May the good deeds of the Assembly bring support and help to all those in need," Zhomart Beyssenov, head of the family said.